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The calorimetric data from both studies support the premise that the influence of added hydrotropes is the result of interactions on the solution side of the liquid–crystal equilibrium. The authors note that those compounds that lower Krafft points are also those which (from previous experience) are expected to mix with micellar structures. Thus, the thermodynamic nonideality of these mixtures may be correlated intuitively with the tendency of the additive to mix with micellar aggregates. When this happens, more stable micelles result.

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