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Amphiphilic oligoether-based ionic liquids as functional materials for thermoresponsive ion gels with tunable properties via aqueous gelation

(2012) SOFT MATTER. 8(4). p.1025-1032
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The aqueous gelation of an amphiphilic ammonium oligoether-based ionic liquid (AMMOENG 102) is addressed and compared to the gelation of a similar compound (AMMOENG 100) recently reported (J. Casamada Ribot, C. Guerrero-Sanchez, R. Hoogenboom and U. S. Schubert, J. Mater. Chem., 2010, 20, 8279.).(1) The comparison is based on proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, rheological, ionic conductivity, water uptake, differential scanning calorimetry, surface tension and small angle X-ray scattering investigations. The results demonstrate that slight changes in the chemical structure of these ionic liquids can have an important effect on the properties of their corresponding ion gels. Hence, this contribution provides an insight into the stability and formation mechanism of these new ion gels solely consisting of ionic liquid and water and expands the range of amphiphilic ionic liquids which can be utilized for the straightforward and inexpensive preparation of thermoresponsive materials with tunable properties (i.e., ionic conductivity and melting point) and high mechanical moduli.
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POLYMER, ELECTROLYTES, MOLTEN-SALTS, CARBON NANOTUBES, ELECTROCHEMICAL DEVICES, SENSITIZED SOLAR-CELLS, PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES, WATER, MEMBRANES, TRIBLOCK

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Ribot, Josep Casamada, Carlos Guerrero-Sanchez, Tamar L Greaves, et al. “Amphiphilic Oligoether-based Ionic Liquids as Functional Materials for Thermoresponsive Ion Gels with Tunable Properties via Aqueous Gelation.” SOFT MATTER 8.4 (2012): 1025–1032. Print.
APA
Ribot, J. C., Guerrero-Sanchez, C., Greaves, T. L., Kennedy, D. F., Hoogenboom, R., & Schubert, U. S. (2012). Amphiphilic oligoether-based ionic liquids as functional materials for thermoresponsive ion gels with tunable properties via aqueous gelation. SOFT MATTER, 8(4), 1025–1032.
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Ribot, Josep Casamada, Carlos Guerrero-Sanchez, Tamar L Greaves, Danielle F Kennedy, Richard Hoogenboom, and Ulrich S Schubert. 2012. “Amphiphilic Oligoether-based Ionic Liquids as Functional Materials for Thermoresponsive Ion Gels with Tunable Properties via Aqueous Gelation.” Soft Matter 8 (4): 1025–1032.
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Ribot, Josep Casamada, Carlos Guerrero-Sanchez, Tamar L Greaves, Danielle F Kennedy, Richard Hoogenboom, and Ulrich S Schubert. 2012. “Amphiphilic Oligoether-based Ionic Liquids as Functional Materials for Thermoresponsive Ion Gels with Tunable Properties via Aqueous Gelation.” Soft Matter 8 (4): 1025–1032.
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Ribot JC, Guerrero-Sanchez C, Greaves TL, Kennedy DF, Hoogenboom R, Schubert US. Amphiphilic oligoether-based ionic liquids as functional materials for thermoresponsive ion gels with tunable properties via aqueous gelation. SOFT MATTER. 2012;8(4):1025–32.
IEEE
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J. C. Ribot, C. Guerrero-Sanchez, T. L. Greaves, D. F. Kennedy, R. Hoogenboom, and U. S. Schubert, “Amphiphilic oligoether-based ionic liquids as functional materials for thermoresponsive ion gels with tunable properties via aqueous gelation,” SOFT MATTER, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 1025–1032, 2012.
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  author       = {Ribot, Josep Casamada and Guerrero-Sanchez, Carlos and Greaves, Tamar L and Kennedy, Danielle F and Hoogenboom, Richard and Schubert, Ulrich S},
  issn         = {1744-683X},
  journal      = {SOFT MATTER},
  keywords     = {POLYMER,ELECTROLYTES,MOLTEN-SALTS,CARBON NANOTUBES,ELECTROCHEMICAL DEVICES,SENSITIZED SOLAR-CELLS,PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES,WATER,MEMBRANES,TRIBLOCK},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {1025--1032},
  title        = {Amphiphilic oligoether-based ionic liquids as functional materials for thermoresponsive ion gels with tunable properties via aqueous gelation},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c1sm06468a},
  volume       = {8},
  year         = {2012},
}

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