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Deep Eutectic Solvents: Physicochemical Properties and Gas Separation Applications
Sustainable technologies applied to energy-related applications should develop a pivotal role in the next decades. In particular, carbon dioxide capture from flue gases emitted by fossil-fueled powerExpand
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Review on the Use of Ionic Liquids (ILs) as Alternative Fluids for CO2 Capture and Natural Gas Sweetening
The capture of CO2 from flue gases derived from fossil-fueled power plants and the absorption of CO2/H2S for natural gas sweetening purposes are two relevant industrial problems closely related toExpand
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Gas Hydrate Inhibition: A Review of the Role of Ionic Liquids
Ionic liquids (ILs) are popular designer green chemicals with great potential for use in diverse energy-related applications. Apart from the well-known low vapor pressure, the physical properties ofExpand
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High capacity carbon dioxide adsorption by inexpensive covalent organic polymers
Efficient CO2 scrubbing without a significant energy penalty remains an outstanding challenge for the fossil fuel-burning industry where aqueous amine solutions are still widely used. PorousExpand
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Highly Stable Nanoporous Sulfur‐Bridged Covalent Organic Polymers for Carbon Dioxide Removal
Carbon dioxide capture and separation requires robust solids that can stand harsh environments where a hot mixture of gases is often found. Herein, the first and comprehensive syntheses of porousExpand
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Thermophysical Properties of Pure Ionic Liquids: Review of Present Situation
The large collection of thermophysical properties data for liquids available in the open literature is analyzed, describing its importance for industrial purposes. Although there has been a boom ofExpand
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Mixed ionic liquids: the case of pyridinium-based fluids.
We report in this work a combined experimental and computational study on the molecular level structuring of binary ionic liquid mixtures comprising pyridium cations. The effect of anions on liquidExpand
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An approach for the rationalization of melting temperature for deep eutectic solvents from DFT
Abstract Deep eutectic solvents are a new generation of solvents formed by the combination of an ionic compound with an hydrogen bond donor, which leads to a low temperature melting mixture. ThisExpand
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A detailed study of cholinium chloride and levulinic acid deep eutectic solvent system for CO2 capture via experimental and molecular simulation approaches.
Choline chloride + levulinic acid deep eutectic solvent is studied as a suitable material for CO2 capturing purposes. The most relevant physicochemical properties of this solvent are reportedExpand
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Ionic liquid design for enhanced carbon dioxide capture by computer-aided molecular design approach
Carbon capture and storage is an emerging technology to mitigate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from industrial sources such as power plants. Post-combustion capture based on aqueous amine scrubbingExpand
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