Electroanalysis of Neutral Precursors in Protic Ionic Liquids and Synthesis of High-Ionicity Ionic Liquids.

@article{Goodwin2017ElectroanalysisON,
  title={Electroanalysis of Neutral Precursors in Protic Ionic Liquids and Synthesis of High-Ionicity Ionic Liquids.},
  author={Sean E. Goodwin and Daniel Edward Smith and Joshua Simon Gibson and Robert G Jones and Darren A Walsh},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2017},
  volume={33 34},
  pages={
          8436-8446
        }
}
Protic ionic liquids (PILs) are ionic liquids that are formed by transferring protons from Brønsted acids to Brønsted bases. While they nominally consist entirely of ions, PILs can often behave as though they contain a significant amount of neutral species (either molecules or ion clusters), and there is currently a lot of interest in determining the degree of "ionicity" of PILs. In this contribution, we describe a simple electroanalytical method for detecting and quantifying residual excess… CONTINUE READING

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