Poly(ionic liquid)s: An update

  title={Poly(ionic liquid)s: An update},
  author={Jiayin Yuan and David Mecerreyes and Markus Antonietti},
  journal={Progress in Polymer Science},

Frontiers in poly(ionic liquid)s: syntheses and applications.

Novel chemical structures, different synthetic strategies and controllable morphologies are introduced as a supplement to PIL systems already reported, and the primary properties determining applications, such as ionic conductivity, aqueous solubility, thermodynamic stability and electrochemical/chemical durability are discussed.

P Poly ( Ionic Liquid ) s

Poly(ionic liquid)s (PILs), as the name suggests, are polymerized ionic liquids (ILs), or polyelectrolytes which contain a polymeric backbone and carry an ionic liquid (IL) species in each of the

Poly(ionic liquid)s with controlled architectures and their use in the making of ionogels with high conductivity and tunable rheological properties

We describe the preparation as well as the electrochemical and mechanical properties of a series of novel well-defined poly(ionic liquids) (PILs) featuring a finely tuned cross-linking ratio. We

Poly(ionic liquid) composites.

This review summarizes recent developments of PIL composites with a special emphasis on the preparation techniques that are based on the intrinsic properties of the PILs and the synergistic effects between the P ILs and substances of interest for diverse applications.

Ionic Liquids and Poly(ionic liquid)s for Morphosynthesis of Inorganic Materials.

An outlook on several development opportunities that could lead to new advancements of this exciting research field of synthetic inorganic chemistry is provided.

Imidazolium-Based Poly(Ionic Liquid) Block Copolymers

Poly(ionic liquid)s (PILs) have been recently introduced into block copolymer (BCP) architectures to combine the specific properties of PILs, such as responsiveness to ion exchange, ionic



Solvent-reversible poration in ionic liquid copolymers.

A synthetic strategy for obtaining reversible solvent-induced porous polymers using a surfactant based on a polymerizable ionic liquid (IL) comprising a polar imidazolium group and a hydrophobic tail is presented.

Main-chain 1,2,3-triazolium-based poly(ionic liquid)s issued from AB + AB click chemistry polyaddition

INTRODUCTION Poly(ionic liquid)s (PILs) are peculiar polyelectrolytes where the cationic or anionic centers are included in the repeating units of the polymer chain. PILs have been actively applied

The Design of Polymeric Ionic Liquids for the Preparation of Functional Materials

The tunability of the chemical composition of ionic liquids (ILs), achieved by pairing various organic cations with numerous anions, allows for fine control of their physicochemical properties and

Self-assembly of poly(ionic liquid)s: polymerization, mesostructure formation, and directional alignment in one step.

Unidirectional superassembly to a nanoworm mesostructure is found at elevated concentrations, indicating that the ionic liquid liposomes are apt to integrate into further hierarchical assembly schemes.

Facile synthesis of supramolecular ionic polymers that combine unique rheological, ionic conductivity, and self-healing properties.

The supramolecular ionic polymers show a sharp rheological transition from a viscoelastic gel to a viscous liquid between 30 and 80 °C, responsible for an unprecedented jump in ionic conductivity of four orders of magnitude in that temperature range.

Formation of a Biomimetic, Liquid-Crystalline Hydrogel by Self-Assembly and Polymerization of an Ionic Liquid

Preparation and polymerization of a methylimidazolium-based ionic liquid (IL) that incorporates an acryloyl moiety at the terminus of a C8 alkyl chain is described. The IL monomer weakly