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Recent advances in ionic liquid catalysis
Zhang QH(张庆华); Zhang SG(张世国); Deng YQ(邓友全)
Source PublicationGreen Chem.
AbstractDue to their unique properties, ionic liquids have offered great potential for developing clean catalytic technologies. After a short introduction of their advantages in green catalysis, recent advances in ionic liquid catalysis are reviewed with emphasis on four hot fields, viz. biomass conversion in ionic liquids, catalytic production of fine chemicals in ionic liquids, supported ionic liquid phase catalysis, as well as Friedel–Crafts reactions in ionic liquids. In particular, through selected samples, we show here the advantages and potential of ionic liquids in exploring cleaner catalytic technologies, as compared to traditional catalytic processes. Finally, further development of ILs in catalysis is briefly prospected.
Subject Area物理化学
Funding Organizationthe National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 21002107;20533080)
Indexed BySCI
Funding Project绿色催化课题组
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Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding AuthorDeng YQ(邓友全)
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Zhang QH,Zhang SG,Deng YQ. Recent advances in ionic liquid catalysis[J]. Green Chem.,2011,13:2619-2637.
APA 张庆华,张世国,&邓友全.(2011).Recent advances in ionic liquid catalysis.Green Chem.,13,2619-2637.
MLA 张庆华,et al."Recent advances in ionic liquid catalysis".Green Chem. 13(2011):2619-2637.
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