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Curious effects ranging from enzyme activity to anomalies in evaporation rates that have been known for over fifty years suggest the existence and thermodynamic stability of surfactant-free micelles. Only recently, joint X-ray, light and neutron scattering experiments have demonstrated that aggregates and bulk pseudo-phases coexist in presumably normal solutions, in which a water insoluble component is solubilized in a certain domain of concentration of a hydrotrope component like ethanol.doi:10.1039/c4sc00153b fatcat:7vsfhop3nffa5bnmkeo2tgtwby