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The ced essentially quantifies solvophobicity, and as such, it has been successfully used by Gajewski in a multiparameter equation describing the 21 Chapter 1 solvent effect on a Diels-Alder reaction where one of the solvents was water67. The importance of the ced (alongside the hydrogen-bond donating capacity) in this study underlines the importance of hydrophobic interactions in rationalising the effect of water on Diels-Alder reactions. Blokzijl introduced the “enforced hydrophobic interactions” to describe the activation of Diels-Alder reactions in water.