Hydrogenation Reaction in Ionic Liquids
Chiral ionic liquid
- scCO 2
Supported ionic liquid
Ionic liquids (ILs) are organic salts with organic cation and suitable anion combinations, which exhibit low melting points (<100 °C). The most common salts in use are those with alkylammonium, alkylphosphonium, N-alkylpyridinium, and N, N-dialkylimidazolium cations with various organic or inorganic anions. ILs have many unusual properties, such as low vapor pressure, wide liquid range, strong polarity, inherent designer nature, and recyclability. Not surprisingly, ILs have been found wide applications in various catalytic reactions, especially in hydrogenation reactions.
ILs in the Hydrogenation Reactions
There are several book chapters, especially a...
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