The problem of hydrophobic hydration is at the boundary line between solution chemistry and surface thermodynamics, with focus on water structure and applications to biological self-assembly. In this retrospective, we trace the origins and evolution of the idea, analyze basic definitions, outline directions of research and consider current trends.
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