Ionic Liquids/Deep Eutectic Solvents-Based Hybrid Solvents for CO2 Capture

To fulfill this gap and to promote the technology development on CO2 capture in ionic liquids /deep eutectic solvents -based hybrid solvents, this review summarizes the CO2 solubilities and viscosities of IL-based hybrid solvents since 2016 and DES-based hybrid solvents since 2014 to avoid the repetition of the published reviews

Yanrong Liu


Scholarcy highlights

  • CO2 emission is an urgent issue due to its main contribution to global warming
  • The literature survey results of CO2 solubility illustrated that the addition of hybrid solvents to ionic liquids/deep eutectic solvents can significantly enhance the CO2 solubility, and some of the ILs-based hybrid solvents are super to DESs-based hybrid solvents
  • The best hybrid solvents of IL–H2O, IL–organic, IL–amine, DES–H2O, and DES–organic are + H2O, + PEG400, + MEA,-GLY-H2O 1:2:0.11, and-MEA 1:2 + DBN 1:1, respectively. All of these best candidates show higher CO2 solubility than their used pure ILs or DESs, evidencing that IL/DES-based hybrid solvents are remarkable for CO2 capture
  • The results indicate that the CO2 solubility of + H2O first increased from 0.01 to 1 mol/mol at the water contents range of 29–66 mol% and decreased with the increase of water contents of 70–91 mol%
  • The results illustrate that the addition oAf huythborridCsoonlvtreinbtustitoonIsL: sWanridtinDgE—Sosrcigainnadlecdrreaaftseptrheepavriastcioonsi,tyY.aLn.;diennvhesatnigcaetitohne, CZO.D2.,sowluribtiinligt—y. rIeLv–ieawmianned beadsietdingh,yFb.Dri.,dcosnoclevpetnutaslizaarteiosnuapnedrstuopeIrLv–isHio2nO, Xa.Jn. dAlIlLa–uothrograsnhiacv/oerrgeaandiacnadqaugereoeudstosothluetpiounb,lisahnedd vseormsioen oofftthhee ImLa-nbuasscerdipht.ybrid solvents show better performance than that of DES-based hybrid solvents
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  • The same phenomenon was observed that the addition of glycerol in these-MEA-based hybrid solvents can decrease the CO2 solubility

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