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Liquid-Liquid Interfaces in NatureIntroductionPrebiotic ChemistryThe Path from Inorganic to Organic Matter is Mediated through WaterConversion of Inorganic Materials to Organic Matter through a Series of Complex ReactionsExternal Sources of EnergyEarth and Volcanoes: Heat from Inside the EarthTwo-Phase Systems and Amphiphilic Molecules in Living OrganismsCell MembraneArtificial PhotosynthesisExotic Forms of MatterNon-Aqueous Environments for Cell Formation: Azotosomes in Cryogenic EnvironmentsWater and Organic Matter as Interfaces in the Formation of Natural OilConclusionsReferencesNature of the Liquid-Liquid InterfaceIntroductionElectron and Mass Transfer in Liquid-Liquid InterfacesMass Transfer: Diffusion Occurring at an InterfaceElectron Transfer: Redox Reaction at an InterfaceInterfacial Tension at the Boundary between Two Immiscible LiquidsPolarity of the InterfaceSupercritical Fluids: Fluids Without Surface Tension and Gas-Liquid BoundaryThickness of the Liquid-Liquid BoundaryConclusionsReferencesSelf-Organisation of Nanomaterials at the InterfaceIntroductionMicelle FormationCatanionics: Mixture of Anionic and Cationic SurfactantsOrganic-Inorganic VesiclesDeoxyribonucleic Acid-Directed Self-AssemblyInterface Energy and Interfacial Tension in Thin FilmsSelf-Assembled Thin Films with Plasmonic NanoparticlesRedox Reactions from Functionalised Nanomaterials through Liquid-Liquid InterfacesPhotonic CrystalsBiomimetics, Molecular Recognition and Nanomachines at a Liquid-Liquid InterfaceGyroid Polymeric Nanostructures from InterfacesConclusionsReferencesPolymers from InterfacesIntroductionOxidative PolymerisationPolyaniline: Interfacial Polymerisation of AnilinePrinciples and Formation Mechanism of Nanofibres at the InterfaceOther Morphologies that can be generated at an InterfaceInterfacial Polymerisation of Pyrrole: Formation of Thin Films and Noble Metal NanocompositesConductive Polymer NanocompositesNoble Metal Nanocomposites through Reduction of Ions by MonomersCarbon Nanotubes and Graphene NanocompositesApplications and Physical PropertiesSensor ApplicationsSingle Crystalline Conductive Polymers: Ordering of Polyaniline ChainsElectronic and Magnetic PropertiesTransport Mechanism: Conductivity of PolymersPolyaniline Nanoparticles with Metallic Electronic TransportMagnetic Properties of Conductive PolymersLight-Emitting Materials from InterfacesPolyaniline with Perfluorinated Pendant GroupsPhoto-Functional Two-Dimensional Metal-Organic ComplexesPlastic Polymers Synthesised through Addition or Condensation PolymerisationsConclusionsReferencesInterfaces in Energy ApplicationsIntroductionEnergy Applications: Composite Anode Catalysts, Self-Assembled Monolayers and Capacitive StorageUse of Surfactants, Polymers, Nanoparticles and Supercritical Fluids in Oil and Gas ResourcesEnhanced OH Recovery with Supercritical FluidsRole of Asphaltenes in Crude-Oil EmulsionsCo-solvents in Lignin Removal and Cellulose TreatmentCatalysis in Liquid-Liquid Interfaces and Water- in-Oil EmulsionsOutlook and PerspectivesReferences
 
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