Ionic Liquids [ILs] are a relatively new class of materials with extraordinary properties that has led to their investigation in various scientific fields. In short, ILs are liquid ‘salts’ in room temperature that exhibit almost zero volatility and extremely desired electric properties for various applications.
They have offered solutions for a range of problems, including green solvents, adsorbents, separation membranes, bio sensors, electrochemical sensors, electronics, etc. Current seminar presents in detail all the theoretical background and their full potential for various applications. The 20 hours CPD seminar is addressed to scientists [chemists, chemical engineers, research staff, academic staff, physicists, investors, university students] and investors of the oil and gas, plastics, membranes, electronics, sensors, solvents and other industries.
- Thermodynamic Properties of Ionic Liquids
- Thermal Properties of Ionic Liquids
- Physico-Chemical Properties of Task-Specific Ionic Liquids
- Supramolecular Structures
- Physical Properties of Binary Mixtures
- Intramolecular Motions
- Atomic Substitution Effects
- Interactions with Organic Compounds
- Nonaqueous Microemulsions
- Molecular modelling
- Formation of Complexes
- Degradation and Recovery
- Application in Clean Oilfield Technologies
- Application in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
- Applications of aggregates in ILs
- Quaternary Ammonium and Phosphonium Ionic Liquids in Chemical and Environmental Engineering
- General applications
- Novel Applications
- examples of applications
- case studies published
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