Hydrophobic task-specific ionic liquids: synthesis, properties and application for the capture of SO2.

@article{Tian2014HydrophobicTI,
  title={Hydrophobic task-specific ionic liquids: synthesis, properties and application for the capture of SO2.},
  author={Shidong Tian and Yucui Hou and Weize Wu and Shuhang Ren and Jianguo Qian},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={278},
  pages={
          409-16
        }
}
The capture of SO2 by ionic liquids (ILs) has drawn much attention all over the world. However, ILs can absorb not only SO2 but also water from flue gas. The removal of water from ILs is necessary for reusing the absorbent. In order to reduce the energy costs of removing water, it would be helpful to weaken the interactions between ILs and water. In this work, two kinds of hydrophobic task-specific ILs, 1-(2-diethyl-aminoethyl)-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate ([Et2NEmim] [PF6]) and 1-(2… CONTINUE READING

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