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  • Can Monils supply and export DEME-TFSI?

    Ionic liquid DEME TFSI | Diethylmethyl(2-methoxyethyl)ammonium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imideYou can get more infomation from http://www.ilschem.com/ils/showproduct.php?lang=en&id=39#ad-im...

    2019/09/06 adman 3

  • How to dry an ionic liquid?

    Water content in IL could be rather high. On other hand usualy high viscosity of IL and its afinity to water slow down removal of water from it. We use rotary evaporator at low presure. Thin film of I...

    2019/03/27 adman 2

  • How to make sure there is water in Ionic Liquid?

    There is an ionic liquid user asked:"I opened a bottle of [EMIM][TFSI] in a glove box, and then collected 4mL of it for my experiments. I used in once to make a solution in ambient temperature an...

    2019/03/27 adman 1

  • Common definitions for ionic liquid

    Ionic liquidAn ionic liquid is a salt in the liquid state. In some contexts, the term has been restricted to salts whose melting point is below some arbitrary temperature, such as 100 °C. While ordina...

    2019/03/16 adman 2

  • Why are ILs a Hot Topic ?

    ™The materials are unique (properties and variety) –Tunability –Negligible vapor pressure –Good thermal stability –Wide liquid range –Electrolytic conductivity ™The prospects for ILs applications are ...

    2019/02/25 adman 1

  • What is the best way or method to define a new component in Aspen plus?

    Declare the components and their ions in the components section. Then go to the properties estimation section and select molecular structure. Then select each new component one at a time and go t...

    2019/02/24 adman 8

  • What is ionic liquid?

    Ionic liquid is a “salt” that is liquid at room temperature. A salt that is composed of ions has been thought to be solid at room temperature due to its high melting point like sodium chloride. Howeve...

    2019/02/24 adman 2

  • What's Ionic liquid ?

     An ionic liquid (IL) is a salt in the liquid state. In some contexts, the term has been restricted to salts whose melting point is below some arbitrary temperature, such as 100 °C (212 °F). Whil...

    2019/02/22 adman 7