Ionic Liquids in Synthesis


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Preface

A ebook about ionic liquids? Over 300 pages? Why? Who wants it? Why trouble? These aren’t merely rhetorical questions, however essential ones of a nature that should be addressed each time contemplating the publication of any new ebook. Within the case of this one, as two different books about ionic liquids will seem in 2002, the extra query of differentiation arises – how is that this distinctive from the opposite two? All are multi-author works, and a number of the authors have contributed to all three books. Taking the final query first, the reply is simple however essential. The opposite two volumes are convention proceedings (one among a NATO Superior Analysis Workshop, the opposite of an ACS Symposium) presenting cutting-edge snapshots of the state-of-the-art for consultants; this ebook is structured. Peter Wasserscheid and Tom Welton have deliberate an built-in strategy to ionic liquids; it’s detailed and complete. It is a ebook designed to take the reader from little or no information of ionic liquids to an understanding reflecting our greatest present information. It’s a educating quantity, admirable to be used in undergraduate and postgraduate programs, or for personal studying. However it isn’t a dry didactic textual content – it’s a person’s handbook! Having established a historic context (with a superb chapter by one of many fathers of ionic liquids), the quantity describes the synthesis and purification of ionic liquids (the latter being crucially essential), and the character of ionic liquids and their bodily properties.

Central to this tome (each actually and metaphorically) is using ionic liquids for natural synthesis, and particularly inexperienced natural synthesis, and this chapter is (appropriately) the biggest, and the raison d’être for the work. The ebook concludes with a lot shorter chapters on the synthesis of inorganic supplies and polymers, the examine of enzyme reactions, and an outline and prospect for the realm. This plan logically and utterly covers the entire of our present information of ionic liquids, in a fashion designed to allow the tyro reader to really feel assured in utilizing them, and the knowledgeable so as to add to their understanding. That is the primary ebook to aim this job, and it’s remarkably profitable for 2 causes. Firstly, the quantity has been strongly and correctly directed, and is unified regardless of being a multiauthor work. Secondly, the selection of authors was impressed; every one writes with authority and readability inside a robust framework. So, sure, this ebook is greater than justified, it’s a essential and well timed addition to the literature. Furthermore, it’s written and edited by the important thing folks in the sphere. Are ionic liquids actually inexperienced? A weakly argued letter from Albrecht Salzer in Chemical and Engineering Information (2002, 80 [April 29], 4-6) has raised this however legitimate query. Robin Rogers gave a tactful, and lucid, response, and I quote straight from this: “Salzer has not absolutely realized the magnitude of the variety of potential ionic liquid solvents.

I’m positive, for instance, that we will design a really poisonous ionic liquid solvent. Nonetheless, by letting the rules of inexperienced chemistry drive this analysis discipline, we will be certain that the ionic liquids and ionic liquid processes developed are in truth inexperienced. [. . .] The expectation that actual advantages in expertise will come up from ionic liquid analysis and the event of recent processes is excessive, however there’s a want for additional work to display the credibility of ionic liquid-based processes as viable inexperienced expertise. Particularly, complete toxicity research, bodily and chemical property collation and dissemination, and real looking comparisons to conventional methods are wanted. It’s clear that whereas the brand new chemistry being developed in ionic liquids is thrilling, many are shedding sight of the inexperienced targets and falling again on outdated habits in artificial chemistry. Whereas it’s true that incremental enchancment is nice, it’s hoped that by specializing in a inexperienced agenda, new applied sciences will be developed that really should not solely higher technologically, however are cleaner, cheaper, and safer as properly.”

 

Ionic Liquids in Synthesis

Author(s): Peter Wasserscheid, Thomas Welton

Publisher: Wiley-VCH, Year: 2007

ISBN: 9783527312399

 

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[PDF] Ionic Liquids in Synthesis Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–6): John S. Wilkes, Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid and Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton
Chapter 2 Synthesis and Purification (pages 7–55): Charles M. Gordon, Mark J. Muldoon, Markus Wagner, Claus Hilgers, James H. Davis and Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid
Chapter 3 Physicochemical Properties (pages 57–174): John D. Holbrey, Robin D. Rogers, Rob A. Mantz, Paul C. Trulove, Violina A. Cocalia, Ann E. Visser, Jessica L. Anderson, Jennifer L. Anthony, Joan F. Brennecke, Edward J. Maginn, Tom Welton and Robert A. Mantz
Chapter 4 Molecular Structure and Dynamics (pages 175–264): Chris Hardacre, Patricia A. Hunt, Edward J. Maginn, Ruth M. Lynden?Bell, Joachim Richter, Axel Leuchter, Gunter Palmer, Andreas Dolle, Phillip G. Wahlbeck and W. Robert Carper
Chapter 5 Organic Synthesis (pages 265–568): Martyn Earle, Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid, Peter Schulz, Helene Olivier?Bourbigou, Frederic Favre, Michel Vaultier, Andreas Kirschning, Vasundhara Singh, Anders Riisager, Rasmus Fehrmann and Sven Kuhlmann
Chapter 6 Inorganic Synthesis (pages 569–617): Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton, Frank Endres, Sherif Zein El Abedin, Markus Antonietti, Bernd Smarsly and Yong Zhou
Chapter 7 Polymer Synthesis in Ionic Liquids (pages 619–640): David M. Haddleton, Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton and Adrian J. Carmichael
Chapter 8 Biocatalytic Reactions in Ionic Liquids (pages 641–661): Sandra Klembt, Susanne Dreyer, Marrit Eckstein and Udo Kragl
Chapter 9 Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids (pages 663–687): Matthias Maase
Chapter 10 Outlook (pages 689–704): Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid and Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton


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