Insensitive ionic bio-energetic materials derived from amino acids

@inproceedings{Zhang2017InsensitiveIB,
  title={Insensitive ionic bio-energetic materials derived from amino acids},
  author={Lijuan Zhang and Kang-Xiang Song and Zhang Zhang and Wen-Li Yuan and Nanrong Zhao and S Qin and Ling He and Guo-Hong Tao},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
Energetic salts/ionic liquids have received increasing attention as fascinating energetic materials, and the use of renewable compounds is a promising approach to developing energetic materials. Until recently, biomolecules have been used as raw materials to develop neutral energetic compounds, whereas research focused on ionic energetic materials obtained from natural bio-renewable frameworks is scarce. This work systematically investigates ionic bio-energetic materials (IBEMs) derived from… CONTINUE READING

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