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Ionic Liquids as
Green Solvents:

Progress and Prospects
edited by Robin D. Rogers
and Kenneth R. Seddon

This book focuses on exciting new developments in ionic liquids.


  1. Overview
    1. Selection of Ionic Liquids for Green Chemical Applications

  2. Ionic Liquids: Manufacture and Synthesis
    1. Ionic Liquids: Improved Syntheses and New Products
    2. Challenges to the Commercial Production of Ionic Liquids
    3. Industrial Preparation of the Phosphonium Ionic Liquids
    4. New Ionic Liquids Based on Alkylsulfate and Alkyl Oligoether Sulfate Anions: Synthesis and Applications
    5. Green Synthesis of Ionic Liquids for Green Chemistry
    6. Expeditious Synthesis of Ionic Liquids Using Ultrasound and Microwave Irradiation
    7. Unprecedented Synthesis of 1,3-dialkylimidazolium-2-carboxylate: Applications in the Synthesis of Halogen-Free Ionic Liquids and Reactivity as Carbon Dioxide Transfer Agent to Active C-H Bonds
    8. Commercially Available Salts as Building Blocks for New Ionic Liquids

  3. Characterization and Engineering
    1. Phase Equilibria of Gases and Liquids with 1-n-butyl-3-Methylimidazolium Tetrafluroborate
    2. Heat Capacities of Ionic Liquids and Their Applications as Thermal Fluids
    3. Thermodynamic Properties of Liquid Mixtures Containing Ionic Liquids
    4. Liquid and Solid-State Structures of 1,3-Dimenthylimidazolium Salts
    5. Molecular Structure of Various Ionic Liquids from Gas Phase Ab Initio Calculations
    6. Transition Structure Models of Organic Reactions in Chloroaluminate Ionic Liquids: Cyclopentadiene and Methyl Acrylate Diels-Alder Reaction in Acidic and Basic Melts of 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium Chloride with Aluminum(III) Chloride

  4. Biotechnology in Ionic Liquids
    1. Biotransformations in Ionic Liquids: An Overview
    2. Enzymatic Condensation Reactions in Ionic Liquids
    3. Aspects of Chemical Recognition and Biosolvation within Room Temperature Ionic Liquids
    4. Ionic Liquids Create New Opportunities for Nonaqueous Biocatalysis with polar Substrates: Acylation of Glucose and Ascorbic Acid
    5. Enzymatic Catalysis in Ionic Liquids and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
    6. Efficient Lipase-Catalyzed Enantioselective Acylation in an Ionic Liquid Solvent System

  5. Non-Catalytic and Catalytic Chemistry
    1. Acids and Bases in Ionic Liquids
    2. Catalytic Olefin Epoxidation and Dihydroxylation with Hydrogen Peroxide in Common Ionic Liquids: Comparative Kinetics and Mechanistic Study
    3. Polarity Variation of Room Temperature Ionic Liquids and Its Influence on a Diels-Alder Reaction
    4. Polar, Non-Coordinating Ionic Liquids as Solvents for Coordination Polymerization of Olefins
    5. The Importance of Hydrogen Bonding to Catalysis in Ionic Liquids: Inhibition of Allylic Substitution and Isomerization by [bmim][BF4]
    6. Recent Developments in the Use of N -Heterocyclic Carbenes: Applications in Catalysis

  6. Photochemistry
    1. An Overview of Photochemistry in Ionic Liquids
    2. Diffusion-Controlled Reactions in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids
    3. Amine Mediated Photoreduction of Aryl Ketones in N -Heterocyclic Ionic Liquids: Novel Solvent Effects Leading to Altered Product Distribution
    4. Radiation Chemistry of Ionic Liquids: Reactivity of Primary Species
    5. Pulse Radioanalysis Studies of Reaction Kinetics in Ionic Liquids
    6. Organic Electrochemistry in Ionic Liquids
    7. Solvent-Solute Interactions in Ionic Liquid Media: Electrochemical Studies of the Ferricenium-Ferrocene Couple
    8. Electrochemical Studies of Ambient Temperature Ionic Liquids Based on Choline Chloride
    9. Electrodeposition of Nanoscale Metals and Semiconductors from Ionic Liquids

  7. Novel Applications
    1. Plasticizing Effects of Imidazolium Salts in PMMA: High-Temperature Stable Flexible Engineering Materials
    2. The Use of Ionic Liquids in Polymer Gel Electrolytes
    3. Electrochemistry: Ionic Liquid Electroprocessing of Reactive Metals
    4. Electrochemistry: Electrochemically Generated Superoxide Ion in Ionic Liquids: Applications to Green Chemistry
    5. Conventional Aspects of Unconventional Solvents: Room Temperature Ionic Liquids as Ion-Exchangers and Ionic Surfactants
    6. Extraction of Chlorophenols from Water Using Room Temperature Ionic Liquids


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Ionic Liquids as Green Solvents:
Progress and Prospects

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