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Lithium ion conducting PVdF-HFP composite gel electrolytes based on N-methoxyethyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)-imide ionic liquid
Abstract Blends of PVdF-HFP and ionic liquids (ILs) are interesting for application as electrolytes in plastic Li batteries. They combine the advantages of the gel polymer electrolytes (GPEs) swollenExpand
The β Effect of Silicon in Phenyl Cations
Irradiation of chloroanisoles, phenols, and N,N-dimethylanilines bearing a trimethylsilyl (TMS) group in the ortho position with respect to the chlorine atom caused photoheterolysis of the Ar−Cl bondExpand
Alkoxy substituted imidazolium-based ionic liquids as electrolytes for lithium batteries
Abstract The design and the optimization of new electrochemically stable and safer electrolytes for both Li-ion and Li–air/Li–O2 batteries is a key-target in the field of clean energy. Ionic liquidsExpand
Pyrrolidinium-based Ionic Liquids: Aquatic Ecotoxicity, Biodegradability, and Algal Subinhibitory Stimulation
The examined ionic liquids were not aerobically biodegradable, but they demonstrated low toxicity toward algae and crustaceans, according to the standard bioassay end points. Expand
Photochemistry in synthesis: Where, when, and why
A series of photochemical reactions are assessed under the environmental aspect by using Eissen and Metzger's EATOS (environmental assessment tool for organic syntheses) method and are compared withExpand
Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions via Photogenerated Intermediates.
An overview of the current approaches for the photochemical and photocatalytic generation of reactive intermediates and their application in the formation of carbon-carbon bonds is offered, with particular attention to the most recent examples. Expand
Photochemical synthesis: Using light to build C–C bonds under mild conditions
Abstract A review of recent advancements in metal-free arylations via photogenerated triplet aryl cations and decatungstate anion ([W 10 O 32 ] 4− ) photocatalyzed C–C bond formation is reportedExpand
Multiwalled carbon nanotube chemically modified gold electrode for inorganic As speciation and Bi(III) determination.
A mechanism for As(III) preconcentration at the electrode is proposed and supported by results obtained by two similar chemically modified electrodes (CMEs), the first one prepared with single-walled carbon nanotubes and the second one with a monolayer of (biphenyl)dimethanethiol. Expand
Photocatalytic CH Activation by Hydrogen‐Atom Transfer in Synthesis
This minireview encompasses the most recent (since 2010) advancements in the field of photocatalytic hydrogen‐atom transfer (HAT) processes for CH bond functionalization. The direct HAT processExpand