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In order to follow experimentally a change in the concentration of reverse micelles as the reaction proceeds; and in order to follow possible changes in the size of the micelles, two methodologies have been applied: time-resolved fluorescence quenchini7. 31 • In the case of the fluorescence method a fluorescent probe molecule and a quencher compound are first solubilized in the aqueous interior of the reverse micelles. After a pulsed excitation of the fluorescent probe for about 3 nanoseconds, the timedependency of the decrease in fluorescence intensity is measured, usually within the first microsecond after excitation.
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