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|Title:||Ionic liquids form ideal solutions.|
|Citation:||CHEM COMMUN (CAMB), 2011, 47 (43), pp. 11876-11878|
|Abstract:||An understanding of the activity of a solute in solution is vital for utilising the full potential of a reactive species. In this work we determine the activity of metal salts in a variety of ionic liquids. Some solutions behave like classical non-polar solvents whereas other are practically ideal solutions up to 1 mol kg(-1) which allows standard redox potentials to be determined.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Chemistry|
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