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Ionic Liquids UnCOILed

Critical Expert Overviews

Wiley, J,
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Ionic Liquids UnCOILed presents decisively important reviews on new processes and recent developments in ionic liquid technology with an emphasis on commercial applications in which ionic liquids are replacing, or may replace, processes currently using conventional solvents. Ranging from applied to theoretical, synthetic to analytical, and biotechnological to electrochemical, the book features eleven chapters written by an international group of key academic and industrial chemists, exercising the judicious evaluation which they are uniquely qualified to do. This book is a must for R&D chemists in industrial, governmental and academic laboratories, and for commercial developers of environmentally-friendly, sustainable processes.


Titel: Ionic Liquids UnCOILed
Autoren/Herausgeber: Kenneth R. Seddon, Natalia V. Plechkova (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9781118435007

Seitenzahl: 438
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Dr. Natalia V. Plechkova attained her BSc and MSc inchemical engineering at the Russian Mendeleev University ofChemical Technology, Moscow, and her PhD in chemistry, under theguidance of Professor Seddon. Since then she has been a researchfellow and project manager in the QUILL (Queens University IonicLiquid Laboratories) Research Centre, focusing on various aspectsof ionic liquids, including their synthesis, characterization andapplications.
Prof. Kenneth R. Seddon is Chair of Inorganic Chemistryat the Queens University of Belfast, and director of the QUILLResearch Centre, a world-leading industrial-academic consortiumwhich was awarded the 2006 Queens's Anniversary Prize forHigher and Further Education and has just been involved withimplementing a full-scale process for removing mercury from naturalgas streams with Petronas Chemicals. - Newsletter
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