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The phosphorescences of R~( b p y )~~+ and of benzophenone are readily observed in aqueous solutions containing sodium perfluorooctanoate (SPFO) micelles. The quenching of Ru(bpy)gz+ by nitrobenzene is employed to determine the aggregation number of SPFO micelles. A very small value of -7 is found and indicates that SPFO forms "mini" micelles in contrast to typical hydrocarbon chain containing detergents which have aggregation numbers typically in the range of 50-100. From phosphorescencedoi:10.1021/j100214a020 fatcat:6ohonuzflrddfpb2tsizho4jby