By David Mecerreyes
This e-book summarizes the newest wisdom within the technology and expertise of ionic drinks and polymers in numerous components. Ionic beverages (IL) are actively being investigated in polymer technological know-how and expertise for a few various functions. within the first a part of the e-book the authors current the actual homes of ionic beverages as speciality solvents. The state-of-the artwork within the use of ionic beverages in polymer synthesis and amendment reactions together with polymer recycling is printed. the second one half specializes in using ionic drinks as speciality ingredients reminiscent of plasticizers or antistatic brokers. The 3rd half examines using ionic beverages within the layout of sensible polymers (usually known as polymeric ionic drinks (PIL) or poly(ionic liquids)). Many very important purposes in various clinical and business parts depend upon those polymers, like polymer electrolytes in electrochemical units, development blocks in fabrics technology, nanocomposites, gasoline membranes, leading edge anion delicate fabrics, shrewdpermanent surfaces, and a numerous set variety of rising functions in several fields comparable to power, optoelectronics, analytical chemistry, biotechnology, nanomedicine or catalysis.
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Applications of Ionic Liquids in Polymer Science and Technology by David Mecerreyes