Tetraalkylammonium amino acids as functionalized ionic liquids of low viscosity

Four of nine tetraalkylammonium-based amino-acid ionic liquids prepared in this work show lower viscosities than all amino acid-based ionic liquids found in the literature and their reversible CO2 absorption approaches 0.5 mol per mol ionic liquid

Ying-Ying Jiang

2007

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  • Four of nine tetraalkylammonium-based amino-acid ionic liquids prepared in this work show lower viscosities than all amino acid-based ionic liquids found in the literature and their reversible CO2 absorption approaches 0.5 mol per mol ionic liquid
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