Electrolyte Salts
Electrolyte Salts replenish the body's water and electrolyte concentrations after dehydration caused by exercise, excessive alcohol consumption, diaphoresis, diarrhoea, vomiting, intoxication or starvation. These salts are those substances that become ions in solution and acquire the capacity to conduct electricity. These salts act as a good hydration and rehydration method for long-distance athletes. 
Structure Directing Agents
Structure Directing Agents (SDAs) are small molecules that direct the formation of specific structures in materials. They are widely used in the synthesis of porous materials, such as zeolites and metal-organic frameworks, where they help to control pore size, shape, and connectivity. SDAs work by interacting with the building blocks of the material during synthesis, promoting the formation of the desired structure. They are essential for the design and development of advanced materials for catalysis, separation, and energy storage applications.
Phase Transfer Catalysts
Phase Transfer Catalysts (PTCs) are catalysts that enable chemical reactions between two immiscible phases, such as an aqueous and organic phase. PTCs work by transferring ions or polar molecules from one phase to the other, allowing reactions that would not occur otherwise. They are widely used in organic synthesis, including nucleophilic substitution, oxidation, reduction, and polymerization reactions. PTCs offer several advantages over traditional homogeneous catalysts, including improved selectivity, faster reaction rates, and milder reaction conditions.

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