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Current Organic Chemistry

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ISSN (Print): 1385-2728
ISSN (Online): 1875-5348

Review Article

Recent Advances in Applications of Supported Ionic Liquids

Author(s): Pawanpreet Kaur and Harish Kumar Chopra*

Volume 23, Issue 26, 2019

Page: [2881 - 2915] Pages: 35

DOI: 10.2174/1385272823666191204151803

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Abstract

The supported ionic liquids have shown immense potential for numerous applications in catalysis and separation science. In the present review, the remarkable contribution of supported ionic liquids has been highlighted. The main emphasis has been laid on describing the facile separation of gas from binary gas mixtures owing to the capability of selective transport of permeable gases across supported membranes and removal of environmentally hazard sulfur compounds from fuels. The catalytic action of supported ionic liquids has been discussed in other applications such as biodiesel (biofuel) synthesis by transesterification/esterification processes, waste CO2 fixation into advantageous cyclic carbonates, and various chemical transformations in organic green synthesis. This review enclosed a maximum of the published data of the last ten years and also recently accomplished work concerning applications in various research areas like separation sciences, chemical transformations in organic green synthesis, biofuel synthesis, waste CO2 fixation, and purification of fuels by desulfurization.

Keywords: Supported ionic liquids, biodiesel, CO2 fixation, desulfurization, organic synthesis, separation science.

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