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Opis: Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids - Robin D. Rogers

This book is entirely devoted to research in the area of ionic liquids, which are salts with melting points below 100 C. It explores the promise of ionic liquids and sets the research agenda for the field. With a distinct bias towards actual industrial R&D applications, the book is virtually a manifesto for the new age of Green Chemistry. The major industrial challenges to sustainability - the book's leitmotiv - are: reducing water use; increasing energy efficiency; reducing reliance of fossil fuel feedstocks; increasing use of renewables; including sustainability as a major economic criterion. Thereafter, the book goes on to consider precisely where ionic liquids can help in achieving this new vision, via new techniques, new processes, new reactions. The Safety/Health/Environment properties of the ionic liquids are also considered. Finally, it is clear that there needs to be a major increase in the number of workers studying ionic liquids if this promise of a new Green Chemistry is to be achieved.Preface. Obituary: Prof. Murray H. Brooker. Introductory Address. Potential for Use of Ionic Liquids in Czech Industry; J. Kotlan. Potential to Apply Ionic Liquids in Industry: Exemplified for the Use as Solvents in Industrial Applications of Homogeneous Catalysis; P. Wasserscheid. Ionic Liquids as Catalysts for Ethylbenzene Production; M.P. Atkins, C. Bowlas, B. Ellis, F. Hubert, A. Rubatto, P. Wasserscheid. Applications of Ionic Liquids to Biphasic Catalysis; H. Olivier-Bourbigou, F. Hugues. High-Temperature NMR Studies of Ionic-Liquid Catalysts; O.B. Lapina, V.V. Terskikh, B.S. Bal'zhinimaev, K.M. Eriksen, R. Fehrmann. Ionic Liquids as Alternatives to Traditional Organic and Inorganic Solvents; R. Pagni. The Pros and Cons of Using Ionic Liquids in the Pharmaceutical Industry; R.M. Freer, A. Curzons. Room Temperature Ionic Liquids as Replacements for Traditional Organic Solvents and their Applications towards "Green Chemistry" in Separation Processes; A.E. Visser, R.P. Swatloski, W.M. Reichert, H.D. Willauer, J.G. Huddleston, R.D. Rogers. Application of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids to the Chemical Processing of Biomass-Derived Feedstocks; L. Moens, N. Khan. Room-Temperature Sulfur Chloride Ionic Liquids in Processes for the Isolation of Noble and Other Metals; V.I. Pekhnyo, S.V. Volkov, N.G. Alexandrova. Ionic Liquids for Oil Shale Treatment; M. Koel, K. Hollis, J. Rubin, T. Lombardo, B. Smith. Ionic Liquids in the Nuclear Industry: Solutions for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle; W.R. Pitner, A.E. Bradley, D.W. Rooney, D. Sanders, K.R. Seddon, R.C. Thied, J.E. Hatter. Non-Invasive Spectroscopic On-Line Methods to Monitor Industrial Processes: A Review; M.H. BrookerDAGGER, R.W. Berg. Ionic Liquids as Catalysts for Sulfuric Acid Production and Cleaning of Flue Gases; R. Fehrmann, K.M. Eriksen, S.B. Rasmussen. Modelling the Liquid Behaviour of Ionic Liquids; E.A. Gontcharenko, P.F. Zil'berman, V.S. Znamenskii. The Challenges of Building a Molten Salt Database; J. Fuller, M. Gaune-Escard. The Past, Present and Future of Ionic Liquids as Battery Electrolytes; J. Wilkes. Radical-Ion Melts of Aluminium, Gallium and Sulfur Halides for Novel Power Sources; S.V. Volkov, Z.A. Fokina, O.G. Yanko. Electrochemistry of Niobium, Tantalum and Titanium in Low-Temperature Carbamide-Halide Melts; N. Tumanova, O. Boyko, N. Buryak, S. Kochetova. Electrochemistry of Niobium in Rubidium and Caesium Halide and Oxohalide Melts, and the Electrochemical Synthesis of Novel Niobium Compounds; V.V. Grinevitch, A.V. Arakcheeva, S.A. Kuznetsov. Photochemistry in Ionic Liquids; C.M. Gordon. Ionic Liquids Derived from Natural Products and Other Novel Chemistries: Synthesis and Chemistry of Ionic Liquids Composed of Functionalised Ions; J.H. Davis, Jr. Ionic Liquids and Supercritical CO2; L.A. Blanchard, Z. Gu, J.F. Brennecke, E.J. Beckman. Acids and Bases in Ionic Liquids; K.E. Johnson. Ionic Liquid Crystals as Universal Matrices (Solvents): Main Criteria for Ionic Mesogenicity; T.A. Mirnaya, S.V. Volkov. Ionic Liquids as Solvents for Organic Synthesis; A.R. Sethi, P. Smith, N. Srinivasan, T. Welton. East-West Collaboration within the NATO Science Programme: Opportunities and Project Management; S. Boghosian. Alkane and Cycloalkane Transformations in Superelectrophilic Liquids; I.S. Akhrem, A.V. Orlinkov, M.E. Vol'pin. The Dissolution of Kerogen in Ionic Liquids; Y. Patell, K.R. Seddon, L. Dutta, A. Fleet. Electrochemical Synthesis of Volatile Metal Complexes, as Precursors for Functional Material Synthesis by the CVD Method; Y.A. Mazurenko, A.I. Gerasimchuk. Environmentally Appropriate Technologies and Resource Saving in High-Temperature Electrochemical Synthesis, Deposition of Metal Coatings on Superhard Materials, and Processing of Used Cutting and Boring Tools; V.V. Malyshev, I.A. Novoselova, A.I. Gab, S.Y. Sarychev. Synthesis of Polymeric Forms of Phosphorus; N.P. Tarasova, Yu.V. Smetannikov, D.E. Polyiansky. Index.


Szczegóły: Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids - Robin D. Rogers

Tytuł: Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids
Autor: Robin D. Rogers
Producent: Kluwer Academic Publishers
ISBN: 9781402011375
Rok produkcji: 2003
Ilość stron: 578
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.81 kg


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Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids

This book is entirely devoted to research in the area of ionic liquids, which are salts with melting points below 100 C. It explores the promise of ionic liquids and sets the research agenda for the field. With a distinct bias towards actual industrial R&D applications, the book is virtually a manifesto for the new age of Green Chemistry. The major industrial challenges to sustainability - the book's leitmotiv - are: reducing water use; increasing energy efficiency; reducing reliance of fossil fuel feedstocks; increasing use of renewables; including sustainability as a major economic criterion. Thereafter, the book goes on to consider precisely where ionic liquids can help in achieving this new vision, via new techniques, new processes, new reactions. The Safety/Health/Environment properties of the ionic liquids are also considered. Finally, it is clear that there needs to be a major increase in the number of workers studying ionic liquids if this promise of a new Green Chemistry is to be achieved.Preface. Obituary: Prof. Murray H. Brooker. Introductory Address. Potential for Use of Ionic Liquids in Czech Industry; J. Kotlan. Potential to Apply Ionic Liquids in Industry: Exemplified for the Use as Solvents in Industrial Applications of Homogeneous Catalysis; P. Wasserscheid. Ionic Liquids as Catalysts for Ethylbenzene Production; M.P. Atkins, C. Bowlas, B. Ellis, F. Hubert, A. Rubatto, P. Wasserscheid. Applications of Ionic Liquids to Biphasic Catalysis; H. Olivier-Bourbigou, F. Hugues. High-Temperature NMR Studies of Ionic-Liquid Catalysts; O.B. Lapina, V.V. Terskikh, B.S. Bal'zhinimaev, K.M. Eriksen, R. Fehrmann. Ionic Liquids as Alternatives to Traditional Organic and Inorganic Solvents; R. Pagni. The Pros and Cons of Using Ionic Liquids in the Pharmaceutical Industry; R.M. Freer, A. Curzons. Room Temperature Ionic Liquids as Replacements for Traditional Organic Solvents and their Applications towards "Green Chemistry" in Separation Processes; A.E. Visser, R.P. Swatloski, W.M. Reichert, H.D. Willauer, J.G. Huddleston, R.D. Rogers. Application of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids to the Chemical Processing of Biomass-Derived Feedstocks; L. Moens, N. Khan. Room-Temperature Sulfur Chloride Ionic Liquids in Processes for the Isolation of Noble and Other Metals; V.I. Pekhnyo, S.V. Volkov, N.G. Alexandrova. Ionic Liquids for Oil Shale Treatment; M. Koel, K. Hollis, J. Rubin, T. Lombardo, B. Smith. Ionic Liquids in the Nuclear Industry: Solutions for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle; W.R. Pitner, A.E. Bradley, D.W. Rooney, D. Sanders, K.R. Seddon, R.C. Thied, J.E. Hatter. Non-Invasive Spectroscopic On-Line Methods to Monitor Industrial Processes: A Review; M.H. BrookerDAGGER, R.W. Berg. Ionic Liquids as Catalysts for Sulfuric Acid Production and Cleaning of Flue Gases; R. Fehrmann, K.M. Eriksen, S.B. Rasmussen. Modelling the Liquid Behaviour of Ionic Liquids; E.A. Gontcharenko, P.F. Zil'berman, V.S. Znamenskii. The Challenges of Building a Molten Salt Database; J. Fuller, M. Gaune-Escard. The Past, Present and Future of Ionic Liquids as Battery Electrolytes; J. Wilkes. Radical-Ion Melts of Aluminium, Gallium and Sulfur Halides for Novel Power Sources; S.V. Volkov, Z.A. Fokina, O.G. Yanko. Electrochemistry of Niobium, Tantalum and Titanium in Low-Temperature Carbamide-Halide Melts; N. Tumanova, O. Boyko, N. Buryak, S. Kochetova. Electrochemistry of Niobium in Rubidium and Caesium Halide and Oxohalide Melts, and the Electrochemical Synthesis of Novel Niobium Compounds; V.V. Grinevitch, A.V. Arakcheeva, S.A. Kuznetsov. Photochemistry in Ionic Liquids; C.M. Gordon. Ionic Liquids Derived from Natural Products and Other Novel Chemistries: Synthesis and Chemistry of Ionic Liquids Composed of Functionalised Ions; J.H. Davis, Jr. Ionic Liquids and Supercritical CO2; L.A. Blanchard, Z. Gu, J.F. Brennecke, E.J. Beckman. Acids and Bases in Ionic Liquids; K.E. Johnson. Ionic Liquid Crystals as Universal Matrices (Solvents): Main Criteria for Ionic Mesogenicity; T.A. Mirnaya, S.V. Volkov. Ionic Liquids as Solvents for Organic Synthesis; A.R. Sethi, P. Smith, N. Srinivasan, T. Welton. East-West Collaboration within the NATO Science Programme: Opportunities and Project Management; S. Boghosian. Alkane and Cycloalkane Transformations in Superelectrophilic Liquids; I.S. Akhrem, A.V. Orlinkov, M.E. Vol'pin. The Dissolution of Kerogen in Ionic Liquids; Y. Patell, K.R. Seddon, L. Dutta, A. Fleet. Electrochemical Synthesis of Volatile Metal Complexes, as Precursors for Functional Material Synthesis by the CVD Method; Y.A. Mazurenko, A.I. Gerasimchuk. Environmentally Appropriate Technologies and Resource Saving in High-Temperature Electrochemical Synthesis, Deposition of Metal Coatings on Superhard Materials, and Processing of Used Cutting and Boring Tools; V.V. Malyshev, I.A. Novoselova, A.I. Gab, S.Y. Sarychev. Synthesis of Polymeric Forms of Phosphorus; N.P. Tarasova, Yu.V. Smetannikov, D.E. Polyiansky. Index.

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Tytuł: Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids
Autor: Robin D. Rogers
Producent: Kluwer Academic Publishers
ISBN: 9781402011375
Rok produkcji: 2003
Ilość stron: 578
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.81 kg


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