By Olga Kuzmina, Jason Hallett
Application, Purification, and restoration of Ionic Liquids offers a accomplished assessment of using ionic drinks (IL). The booklet provides an outline of the equipment used for restoration and purification of ILs, a precis of the commercial points of utilizing ILs, and a assessment at the toxicity info of ILs.
It is written for researchers, scientists, and engineers operating with ILs, their homes, and usages. The booklet not just describes the chemical facets, however the financial and environmental features besides, making it of specific curiosity to pros employing this technology.
- Chapters written through scientists in academia and researchers in undefined, making sure insurance of either the medical fundaments and business applications
- A unmarried resource of data for a wide choice of restoration and purification methods
- Provides info on utilizing ionic drinks as eco-friendly solvents
- Includes monetary facets of restoration and reuse of ionic beverages
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0]-undec-7-ene (DBU) and an alcohol. The authors used an amidine in DBU with a long-chain alcohol (1-hexanol) and gaseous CO2 under ambient pressure and at room temperature, causing an exothermic transformation of the molecular liquid mixture into an IL. These ILs have been successfully applied for the selective extraction of hemicellulose from spruce wood. The reprecipitation of the hemicellulose was achieved by adding methanol. In general, hemicellulose reactivity in ILs has not been extensively studied; however, there has been some work done on its derivatization.
Cellulose Cellulose is the hardest part of lignocellulose to solubilize. However, it is an important potential source of materials, biofuels, and chemicals. Solid cellulose is used in pulp and paper manufacturing and after its dissolution can be derivatized and regenerated for integration into different products (films, fibers, and composites). , 2010). After dissolution cellulose can be reprecipitated and its crystal structure typically changes from type I to type II. The cellulose type II structure is more reactive, more easily degrades and offers the possibility of crosslinking, so it is an important source of biodegradable materials (Ge and Wang, 2014).
2011. New ionic liquids from azepane and 3-methylpiperidine exhibiting wide electrochemical windows. Green Chem. 13, 59–63. , 2013.
Application, Purification, and Recovery of Ionic Liquids by Olga Kuzmina, Jason Hallett