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Ionic Liquids - Thermophysical Properties and Applications [Working Title]
This chapter is focused on the massive potential and increasing interest on Fluorinated Ionic Liquids (FILs) as task-specific materials. FILs are a specific family of ionic liquids, with fluorine tags equal or longer than four carbon atoms, that share and improve the properties of both traditional ionic liquids and perfluoro surfactants. These compounds have unique properties such as three nanosegregated domains, a great surfactant power, chemical/biological inertness, easy recovery anddoi:10.5772/intechopen.96336 fatcat:n6dsznly4rhtfbobidtxu2grvm