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Supported Ionic Liquids

Fundamentals and Applications

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Technology with supported ionic liquids is a fundamental new approach to modifying the surfaces of porous solids by dispersing a thin film of ionic liquid onto it. The technology allows introducing new and unique material properties and attains long-term stable materials. Divided into four parts, this book introduces the topic of supported ionic liquid materials and fundamentals, covering ionic liquids, porous supports, synthesis and characterization. The main part covers various applications, such as the catalytic production of bulk and fine chemicals, environmental processes, biotechnology, energy production and gas separation. In each case, the most pertinent authors available describe here the underlying research. The final part discusses the perspectives and outlook of these materials as well as describing some real life applications.
This book is aimed at organic and inorganic chemists, industrial chemists, catalytic chemists, chemical engineers, biotechnologists, materials scientists and libraries


Titel: Supported Ionic Liquids
Autoren/Herausgeber: Rasmus Fehrmann, Anders Riisager, Marco Haumann (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9783527654819

Seitenzahl: 400
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Rasmus Fehrmann is Professor and head of the Centre for Catalysis and Sustainable Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark (DTU). After obtaining his PhD from DTU he was awarded university candidate- and senior scholarships as well as postdoctoral fellowships at the Institute of Catalysis in Novosibirsk (Russia), Université de Provence (France), and University of Patras (Greece), before taking up his present appointment. His main scientific achievements fall within the chemistry of sulfuric acid catalysts, environmental catalysis and ionic liquid fundamentals and applications including SLP and SILP technologies. Professor Fehrmann has authored over 130 scientific publications, 20 patent applications, and 400 oral or poster presentations at international conferences, and has been a board member of the Danish National Committee for Chemistry for over a decade.
Anders Riisager is Associate Professor at the Centre for Catalysis and Sustainable Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He studied Chemistry at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) and obtained his PhD in catalysis from DTU in 2002. Subsequently he acquired a three-year postdoctoral fellowship at RWTH-Aachen/ University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany) followed by a one-year Villum Kann Rasmussen postdoctoral fellowship at DTU, where he developed novel SILP catalysts and processes. He has authored more than 80 scientific publications and 20 patent applications, and received several honors including a nomination for the Degussa European Science-to-Business Award 2006 for SILP materials. His main scientific focus is the development of sustainable ionic liquid catalysis and separation technology.
Marco Haumann has been a lecturer at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU, Germany) since 2003. He studied Engineering and Chemistry at the universities of Dortmund and Berlin (Germany). After obtaining his PhD in 2001, he spent two years at the universities of Cape Town and Johannesburg (South Africa), developing novel catalysts in collaboration with Sasol Technology Pty Limited. From 2011 to the end of 2012, he was in charge of the establishment of the new FAU Branch Campus in Busan, South Korea. He has authored more than 40 scientific publications and was awarded the Arnold-Eucken prize of the Association of German Engineers (VDI-GVC) in 2011 for his contributions on SILP technology. His main scientific focus is the development of novel supported ionic liquid phase materials for catalysis and separation science. - Newsletter
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