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By David Mecerreyes

This booklet summarizes the most recent wisdom within the technological know-how and know-how of ionic beverages and polymers in numerous parts. Ionic drinks (IL) are actively being investigated in polymer technology and expertise for a couple of diverse functions. within the first a part of the publication the authors current the actual houses of ionic drinks as speciality solvents. The state-of-the paintings within the use of ionic drinks in polymer synthesis and amendment reactions together with polymer recycling is printed. the second one half makes a speciality of using ionic drinks as speciality ingredients equivalent to plasticizers or antistatic brokers. The 3rd half examines using ionic drinks within the layout of practical polymers (usually known as polymeric ionic beverages (PIL) or poly(ionic liquids)). Many very important functions in varied clinical and commercial components depend upon those polymers, like polymer electrolytes in electrochemical units, development blocks in fabrics technology, nanocomposites, fuel membranes, cutting edge anion delicate fabrics, shrewdpermanent surfaces, and a numerous set diversity of rising functions in numerous fields reminiscent of strength, optoelectronics, analytical chemistry, biotechnology, nanomedicine or catalysis.

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24 25 27 27 35 39 40 Abstract This chapter discusses the use of deep eutectic solvent-assisted syntheses which allow the preparation of both chemically and structurally modified carbon monoliths suitable as electrodes in supercapacitor cells. Either carbons or carbon–carbon nanocomposites exhibiting a hierarchical structure and a tailored composition (either nitrogen or phosphorus doped) could be attained by the use of different mixtures of deep eutectic solvents (DESs). Carbons prepared from DESs are also suitable for CO2 adsorption and CO2–N2 and/or CO2–CH4 separation processes.

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24 25 27 27 35 39 40 Abstract This chapter discusses the use of deep eutectic solvent-assisted syntheses which allow the preparation of both chemically and structurally modified carbon monoliths suitable as electrodes in supercapacitor cells. Either carbons or carbon–carbon nanocomposites exhibiting a hierarchical structure and a tailored composition (either nitrogen or phosphorus doped) could be attained by the use of different mixtures of deep eutectic solvents (DESs). Carbons prepared from DESs are also suitable for CO2 adsorption and CO2–N2 and/or CO2–CH4 separation processes.

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