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R. Elrington, J . Am. Chem. , 1991, 113,9621 Chapter 3 48 least-defined, self-assembling mixtures may turn out to be catalytically the most efficient. Several synkinons have been combined to form a perfect degradation system. I CH3 H 15 Another interesting application of a structurally ill-definkd assembly is the first efficient hydrolysis of an amide at room temperature and pH 8. 1 m i r ~ ) The ~ ~ . “long-time” contact of reactants, a state thought to be essential for enzyme-like reactions, can obviously not only be enforced by neighbouring group effects in rigid molecules or in complexes between enzyme clefts and substrate^^^.

Baccouche, Liebigs Ann. S. Y. P. 9 Hydrophobic A-T derivatives form a heterogeneous dimer in SDS m i c e l l e ~ ~ ~ . this system is presumably successful, because only one long-chain thymine is bound per micelle whereas the short-chain adenine is then fixated by the thymine base. Base stacking, which occurs in aqueous solution, is not possible as the micellar volume is too small. The 'H-NMR chemical, downfield shift of the thymine imino proton upon hydrogen bonding has been used as a sensitive probe of its environment3'.

Long-time” contact of reactants, a state thought to be essential for enzyme-like reactions, can obviously not only be enforced by neighbouring group effects in rigid molecules or in complexes between enzyme clefts and substrate^^^. It may also occur in very simple micellar-like clusters of extremely low cmc. M. X. Fei, Angew. , 1994,106,329;Angew. , Int. Ed. M. Menger, Angew. , 1991, 103, 1104; Angew. , Int. Ed. 1 Introduction Vesicles (Latin vesicula, bladder) are sealed, extremely thin ( < 10 nm), often spherical membranes which enclose aqueous or other solvent volumes of approximately 105-108 nm3.

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