Poly(ionic liquid) composites.

  title={Poly(ionic liquid) composites.},
  author={Su-Yun Zhang and Qiang Zhuang and Miao Zhang and Hong Wang and Zhiming Gao and Jian‐Ke Sun and Jiayin Yuan},
  journal={Chemical Society reviews},
Poly(ionic liquid)s (PILs), as an innovative class of polyelectrolytes, are composed of polymeric backbones with IL species in each repeating unit. The combined merits of the polymers and ILs make them promising materials for composites in materials science. Particularly, the integration of PILs with functional substances (PIL composites) opens up a new dimension in utilizing ionic polymers by offering novel properties and improved functions, which impacts multiple subfields of our chemical… 

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