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The total counterion binding constants for chloride and bromide ions were then used to plot from the MEM's slope to separate the counterion binding constants for chloride and bromide ions. The results from other research and the results obtained from other studies show that the binding of bromide counterion to cetylpyridinium ionic micelle is stronger than that of the chloride counterion, which is in accordance with the Hoffmeister series's position.
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