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Unraveling the effect of surfactant chain length on the binding interaction of curcumin with cationic and non‐ionic micelles

The key drawbacks of using curcumin as a potential multifunctional drug include its extreme water solubility and lack of bioavailability. With ten moles of ethyelene oxide, tetradecylammonium bromide, and dodectylphenol ethoxylate as cationic surfactants of varying polyphophilic head size and octylphenol ethoxylate with ten moles of octyelene oxide, ethyelene oxide, octyelene oxide with varying polymorphic surfactant hydroxylate e tye e e, tye e, e bromide, e tye e bromide e tye e, tye e tye e with e, e e, e with e, e e, octye, e, octye, We had estimated the apparent binding constant of curcumin-micelle complex formation from the rise in fluorescence intensity of curcumin in the presence of surfactants. 0. 90 106, 0. 58 106 L mol1, respectively, in the case of non-ionic surfactants, the estimated Kb values of curcumin, OPE10, OPE16, and OPE30 were 4. 90 106, 3. 82 106, and OPE30 were 4. 90 106, 3. 82 106, respectively. In the case of non-ionic surfactants rather than cationic surfactants, Kb values were higher in that case.

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