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Vitrification as an approach to cryopreservation.
Electrodeposition from Ionic Liquids
PREFACE BASIC CONSIDERATIONS OF DEPOSITION IN IONIC LIQUIDS SYNTHESIS OF IONIC LIQUIDS AlCl3 Based First Generation Ionic Liquids Air and Water Stable Ionic Liquids Deep Eutectic Solvents…
Ionic-liquid materials for the electrochemical challenges of the future.
- M. Armand, F. Endres, D. Macfarlane, H. Ohno, B. Scrosati
- Materials Science, ChemistryNature materials
- 1 August 2009
The goal in this review is to survey the recent key developments and issues within ionic-liquid research in these areas, and to generate interest in the wider community and encourage others to make use of ionic liquids in tackling scientific challenges.
Sugars exert a major influence on the vitrification properties of ethylene glycol-based solutions and have low toxicity to embryos and oocytes.
It is concluded that added sugars do contribute to a solutions overall vitrification properties, and their properties should be taken into consideration when vitrification solutions are being designed or modified.
Vitrification properties of solutions of ethylene glycol in saline containing PVP, Ficoll, or dextran.
The tested polymers differ in how they interact with ethylene glycol-based vitrification solutions, indicating that the total solute concentration required for vitrification could be estimated with reasonable accuracy from the sum of the individual components.
Energy applications of ionic liquids
Ionic liquids offer a unique suite of properties that make them important candidates for a number of energy related applications. Cation–anion combinations that exhibit low volatility coupled with…
Bioactives from fruit processing wastes: Green approaches to valuable chemicals.
Phosphonium-Based Ionic Liquids: An Overview
Phosphonium cation-based ionic liquids (ILs) are a readily available family of ILs that in some applications offer superior properties as compared to nitrogen cation-based ILs. Applications recently…
Extraction of lignin from lignocellulose at atmospheric pressure using alkylbenzenesulfonate ionic liquid
Lignocellulosic materials are a potentially valuable source of both aromatic compoundsvia the lignin component and sugars from the cellulose and hemicellulose components. However, efficient means of…
Dissolution of feather keratin in ionic liquids
- Azila Idris, R. Vijayaraghavan, Usman Ali Rana, D. Fredericks, A. Patti, D. Macfarlane
- Materials Science
- 28 January 2013
Keratin from various livestock industries is currently a waste material that has potential as a source of polyamide polymers that could replace fossil fuel derived materials if processing methods can…