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Ionic liquid thermal stabilities: decomposition mechanisms and analysis tools

Cédric Maton (UGent) , Nils De Vos (UGent) and Christian Stevens (UGent)
(2013) CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS. 42(13). p.5963-5977
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The increasing amount of papers published on ionic liquids generates an extensive quantity of data. The thermal stability data of divergent ionic liquids are collected in this paper with attention to the experimental set-up. The influence and importance of the latter parameters are broadly addressed. Both ramped temperature and isothermal thermogravimetric analysis are discussed, along with state-of-the-art methods, such as TGA-MS and pyrolysis-GC. The strengths and weaknesses of the different methodologies known to date demonstrate that analysis methods should be in line with the application. The combination of data from advanced analysis methods allows us to obtain in-depth information on the degradation processes. Aided with computational methods, the kinetics and thermodynamics of thermal degradation are revealed piece by piece. The better understanding of the behaviour of ionic liquids at high temperature allows selective and application driven design, as well as mathematical prediction for engineering purposes.
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HEAT-TRANSFER FLUIDS, HIGH-TEMPERATURE LUBRICANTS, PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES, STATIONARY PHASES, THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES, POTENTIAL ELECTROLYTES, ELEVATED-TEMPERATURES, POLYETHYLENE-GLYCOL, GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY, IMIDAZOLIUM CATION

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Maton, Cédric, Nils De Vos, and Christian Stevens. “Ionic Liquid Thermal Stabilities: Decomposition Mechanisms and Analysis Tools.” CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS 42.13 (2013): 5963–5977. Print.
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Maton, C., De Vos, N., & Stevens, C. (2013). Ionic liquid thermal stabilities: decomposition mechanisms and analysis tools. CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, 42(13), 5963–5977.
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Maton, Cédric, Nils De Vos, and Christian Stevens. 2013. “Ionic Liquid Thermal Stabilities: Decomposition Mechanisms and Analysis Tools.” Chemical Society Reviews 42 (13): 5963–5977.
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Maton, Cédric, Nils De Vos, and Christian Stevens. 2013. “Ionic Liquid Thermal Stabilities: Decomposition Mechanisms and Analysis Tools.” Chemical Society Reviews 42 (13): 5963–5977.
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Maton C, De Vos N, Stevens C. Ionic liquid thermal stabilities: decomposition mechanisms and analysis tools. CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS. 2013;42(13):5963–77.
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C. Maton, N. De Vos, and C. Stevens, “Ionic liquid thermal stabilities: decomposition mechanisms and analysis tools,” CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, vol. 42, no. 13, pp. 5963–5977, 2013.
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  journal      = {CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS},
  keywords     = {HEAT-TRANSFER FLUIDS,HIGH-TEMPERATURE LUBRICANTS,PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES,STATIONARY PHASES,THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES,POTENTIAL ELECTROLYTES,ELEVATED-TEMPERATURES,POLYETHYLENE-GLYCOL,GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY,IMIDAZOLIUM CATION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {13},
  pages        = {5963--5977},
  title        = {Ionic liquid thermal stabilities: decomposition mechanisms and analysis tools},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c3cs60071h},
  volume       = {42},
  year         = {2013},
}

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