International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

1923 Industrial & Engineering Chemistry  
membrane BEICHA, Abdellah 115 Hard convex body fluids confined in random porous media: scaled particle theory HOLOVKO, Myroslav 115 Ionic Association and Solvation of the Ionic Liquid 1-Hexyl-3-Methylimidazolium Chloride in Molecular Solvents Revealed by Vapor Pressure Osmometry, Conductometry, Volumerty and Acoustic Measurements SADEGHI, Rahmat 116 Conductance of potassium chloride in methanol at high temperatures and pressures up to 473 K and 100 MPa HOSHINA, Taka-aki 116 ATR-IR study on the
more » ... TR-IR study on the concentration dependence of hydration number of alkali metal ions KAMEDA, Yasuo 117 Terahertz spectroscopy study of concentrated sorbitol solutions and glasses SIBIK, Juraj 119 The Structure in Water-Alcohol Mixtures by Monte Carlo Method ATAMAS, Nataliya 119 Temperature effects on reorientational correlation time of water in formamide and N,N-dimethylformamide -water mixtures OKADA, Masaki 120 An Infrared and Computational Study of Hydrogen Bonding to Uracil Maryam Hajimohammadpour and Earle Waghorne HAJIMOHAMMADPOUR, Maryam 120 Hydrolysis Aqueous Sulfu and at Moderately pH ric Acid of Poly(e-caprolactam) at High pH MANTECA-DIEGO, Consolacion 121 Estimation of the "hydrophobic reactivity" of SDS by the use of BPh4-anions BOUGHAMMOURA, Sondès 122 An Infrared and Computational Study of Hydrogen Bonding to Uracil HAJIMOHAMMADPOOR, Maryam 123 Structure and dynamics of CO2, H2CO3, HCO3-, CO3(2-) in aqueous solutions: Ab initio molecular dynamics simulations KALINICHEV, Andrey 123 The structure of electrolyte solutions and dynamics of ions near single wall carbon nanotubes KOLKER, Arkady 124 Complexes of sulfuric acid with N,N-dimethylformamide: an ab initio investigation SAFONOVA, Liubov 1 Picosecond and femtosecond X-ray absorption spectroscopy of molecular systems M. Chergui, Acta Crystallografica A66 (2010) 229-239 2 Femtosecond XANES Study of the light-induced spin crossover dynamics in an Iron(II)-complex Science 323 (2009) 489-492 3 Vibrational relaxation and intersystem crossing of binuclear metal complexes in solution, R. M. van der Veen, A. Cannizzo, F. van Mourik, A. Vlcek and M. Chergui, Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (2011) 305-315 4 Molecular structural dynamics probed by ultrafast X-ray absorption spectroscopy, Ch. Bressler and M. In the last years significant progress has been made in the field of specific ion effects. We are not far from understanding the Hofmeister series and related phenomena. I will briefly review the present state of art. The understanding of specific ion effects is relevant in many fields, for example to explain the interactions of charged headgroups of amphiphiles with ions in colloidal chemistry and biology, but also to understand the behaviour of Ionic Liquids, i.e. salts with low melting points below 100°C. In the second part of my talk I will report on several new types of Ionic Liquids, for example one that has a simple sodium ion as cation and others which are even edible. Currently, we are also trying to use our knowledge to make ionic surfactants that are liquid at room temperature, i.e amphiphilic Ionic Liquids. I will also make some statements about my point of view concerning the very (too?) fashionable research area of Ionic Liquids. Some references: a sustainable oil, in high temperature stable microemulsions containing a room temperature ionic liquid as polar phase, Energy and Environmental Research 3 (2010) 846-851. Conditions for and characteristics of nonaqueous micellar solutions and microemulsions with ionic liquids, Soft Matter 7 (2011) 5507-5513. High temperature solubility of lanthanide halides in alkali metal halide melts.
doi:10.1021/ie50165a056 fatcat:orivtvv57vfdvcbzom3ltsniqy