Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids: Never the Twain / Edition 1

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Overview

Molten salts and ionic liquids have been drawing increasing interest because of their suitability for various application in areas such as chemistry, electrochemistry materials science, and more.

This important new work presents twenty-six chapters contributed by a panel of experts in their respective fields, covering the structure, dynamics, chemistry, and interfacial and thermodynamic properties of molten salts and ionic liquids. Readers will gain a solid understanding of the similarities and differences between the two categories of materials in terms of properties, experimental and theoretical methods for investigating these properties, techniques for data collection and analysis, and various applications.

This book is valuable resource for any academic or industrial chemist using, or contemplating using, molten salts or ionic liquids. It is also an excellent reference for chemists in academia, research, and industry, as well as graduate students in related disciplines.

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"The book is sure to appeal to researchers already in the field of ionic liquids/molten salts, and those new to the area will likely find the review articles contained within enlightening and the philosophy behind this work, namely the unifcation of the field, a good position to begin their investigations into these fascinating materials." (Chemistry World, 1 February 2011)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471773924
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/22/2010
  • Series: Ionic Liquids Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 441
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements ix

Preface xi

Editorial xiii

Contributors xvii

1 Ionic Liquids in the Temperature Range 150-1500 K: Patterns and Problems C. Austen Angell 1

2 Conductivities of Ionic Liquid Mixtures with Organic Electrolyte Solutions D. Bansal F. Croce J. Swank M. Salomon 25

3 How Hydrophilic Ionic Liquids Behave in Aqueous Solutions Marijana Blesic Kenneth R. Seddon Natalia V. Plechkova Nimal Gunaratne António Lopes Luís Paulo N. Rebelo 37

4 Mass Spectrometry Studies on Ionic Liquid Aggregates R. Lopes da Silva I. M. Marrucho J. A. P. Coutinho Ana M. Fernandes 49

5 Study of Sm-Al Alloy Formation in the Molten LiCI-KCI Eutectic G. De Córdoba C. Caravaca 63

6 Alumina Solubility and Electrical Conductivity in Potassium Cryolites with Low Cryolite Ratio Alexander Dedyukhin Alexei Apisarov Olga Tkatcheva Yurii Zaikov Alexander Redkin 75

7 Ionic Liquids as Solvents for the Variable Temperature Electrodeposition of Metals and Semiconductors: A Short Introduction S. Zein El Abedin F. Endres 85

8 Predicting the Thermodynamic Behaviour of Water + Ionic Liquids System Using COSMO-RS M. G. Freire L. M. N. B. F. Santos I. M. Marrucho J. A. P. Coutinho 101

9 Metallic Inert Anodes for Aluminium Electrolysis I. Galasiu R. Galasiu C. Nicolescu 123

10 The Behaviour of Phosphorus and Sulfur in Cryolite-Alumina melts: Thermodynamic Considerations I. Galasiu R. Galasiu C. Nicolescu J. Thonstand G. M. Haarberg 133

11 Ionic Liquid-Ionic Liquid Biphasic Systems Dirk Gerhard Friedrich Fick Peter Wasserscheid 143

12 Recent Developments in the Reprocessing of Spent Fuel by Catalyst Enhanced Molten Salt Oxidation (CEMSO) Trevor R. Griffiths Vladimir A. Volkovich W. Robert Carper 151

13 Plasma-Induced Molten Salt Electrolysis to form Functional Fine Particles Yasuhiko Ito Tokujiro Nishikiori Takuya Goto 169

14 Liquid Electrolytes: Their Characterisation, Investigation, and Diverse Application Keith E. Johnson 181

15 Protection of a Microstructured Molybdenum Reactor from High Temperature Oxidation by Electrochemical Deposition Coatings in Molten Salts S. A. Kuznetsov A. R. Dubrovskiy S. V. Kuznetsova E. V. Rebrov M. J. M. Mies M. H. J. M de Croon J. C. Schouten 193

16 Molten Salt Synthesis of LaAIO3 Powder at Low Temperatures Zushu Li Shaowei Zhang William Edward Lee 219

17 Accurate Measurement of Physicochemical Properties on Ionic Liquids and Molten Salts V. M. B. Nunes M. J. Lourenço F. J. V. Santos M. L. S. M. Lopes C. A. Nieto de Castro 229

18 Molten Salt Physics and Chemistry in the Current Development of Spent Nuclear Fuel Management Toru Ogawa Kazuo Minato Yasuo Arai 265

19 An Organic Chemist's Perspective on High Temperature Molten Salts and Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Richard M. Pagni 279

20 Raman Spectroscopy of High Temperature Melts G. N. Papatheodorou A. G. Kalampounias S. N. Yannopoulos 301

21 Thermodynamic Properties of LnI3-MI Binary Systems (Ln = La or Nd; M = K, Rb, or Cs) Leszek Rycerz M. F. Butman Marcelle Gaune-Escard 341

22 Materials Informatics for Molten Salts Chemistry Changwon Suh Slobodan Gadzuric Marcelle Gaune-Escard Krishna Rajan 355

23 A Novel Ionic Liquid-Polymer Electrolyte for the Advanced Lithium Ion Polymer Battery Daisuke Teramoto Ryo Yokoyama Hiroshi Kagawa Tsutomu Sada Naoya Ogata 367

24 Solubility of A12O3 in NaCl-KCI Based Molten Salt System Y. Xiao C. R. Mambote G. A. Wierink A. van Sandwijk 389

25 Molten Salt Synthesis of Ceramic Materials Shaowei Zhang D. D. Jayaseelan Zushu Li William Edward Lee 397

26 Fuel Cell and Electrolysis Studies with Dual Phase Proton and Oxide Ion Conduction Bin Zhu S. Li X. L. Sun J. C. Sun 407

Index 419

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