Salts and Ionic Liquids of Resonance Stabilized Amides

The synthesis, structure, and bonding of alkali salts of resonance stabilized amides, such as diformylamide, formylcyanoamide, nitrocyanoamide, and for comparision, the well‐known dicyanoamide, are discussed on the basis of experimental and theoretical data

Harald Brand

2009

Scholarcy highlights

  • The synthesis, structure, and bonding of alkali salts of resonance stabilized amides, such as diformylamide, formylcyanoamide, nitrocyanoamide, and for comparision, the well‐known dicyanoamide, are discussed on the basis of experimental and theoretical data
  • The thermal behavior of the alkali salts of these amides is studied by thermoanalytical experiments
  • Several novel ionic liquids based on resonance stabilized amides have been prepared and were fully characterized, namely the dfa, fca, and nca salts of EMIM, BMIM, and HMIM
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