Ionic Liquid-Based Surfactant Science. Formulation, Characterization, and Applications. Wiley Series on Surface and Interfacial Chemistry

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  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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One–step reference on the state of the art of surfactant self–assemblies in ionic liquids through the contributions of world–class authorities on both ILs and surfactant self–assemblies

The research field of ionic liquids (ILs), which are salts with a melting point below 100 0C, began in 1914 with an observation of which Paul Walden studied, on room temperature liquid salt, ethylammonium nitrate (EAN). While it did not garner significant attention then, literatures on IL studies are rapidly growing. ILs are frequently termed "green solvents" or "designer solvents", because of their unique and attractive physicochemical properties. They are being considered as future solvents for catalysis, chemical reactions, extractions, electrochemical purposes and many other potential applications.

Attesting to its prominence in colloid and surface chemistry, as well as in the developing areas of modern physical chemistry, technology and engineering, Ionic Liquid–Based Surfactant Science: Formulation, Characterization and Applications covers a diversity of current research and applications of the field. This monograph will:

∼Emphasizes the synthesis of ILs of different types, and stabilization of amphiphilic self–assemblies in conventional and newly developed ILs to reveal formulation, physicochemical properties, microstructures, internal dynamics, and thermodynamics

∼Comprehensively presents the topics of ionic liquid assisted micelles and microemulsions in relation to their fundamental characteristics and theories

∼Covers the development of bio–ionic liquids or greener, environment–friendly solvents

∼Includes discussion of applications of ionic liquid based micelles and micremulsions

Promising and fascinating, ionic liquids are displaying power in many applications pertaining to biotechnologies, environmental sciences, and more to chemistry–related fields. This is an invaluable reference source for chemists, physicists, biologists, chemical engineers, biotechnologists and other experts in different disciplines, both academic and industrial, as well as for undergraduate, post–graduate and Ph. D students to aid their research into a very large and rapid evolving field.

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Contributors vii

Foreword xiii

Preface xvii

1. Ionic Liquids Modify the AOT Interfacial Curvature and Self ]Assembly 1Sergio Murgia, Sandrina Lampis, Marianna Mamusa, and Gerardo Palazzo

2. Characterization of Self ]Assembled Amphiphiles in Ionic Liquids 23Lang G. Chen, Stephen H. Strassburg, and Harry Bermudez

3. Self ]Assembly of Nonionic Surfactants in Room ]Temperature Ionic Liquids 47Kenichi Sakai, Takeshi Misono, Masahiko Abe, and Hideki Sakai

4. Ionic Liquid ]Based Surfactants: Synthesis, Molecular Structure, Micellar Properties and Applications 63Paula D. Galgano and Omar A. El Seoud

5. Ionic Liquids in Bulk and at an Interface: Self ]Aggregation, Interfacial Tension, and Adsorption 101Mohammad Tariq, Karina Shimizu, José N. Canongia Lopes, Benilde Saramago, and Luís Paulo N. Rebelo

6. Aggregation Behavior of Ionic Liquid ]Based Gemini Surfactants and Their Interaction with Biomacromolecules 127Ting Zhou and Guiying Xu

7. Fluorescence Studies of the Microenvironments of the Morpholinium Room–Temperature Ionic Liquids 151Dinesh Chandra Khara, Kotni Santhosh, and Anunay Samanta

8. Self ]Assembly of Surface ]Active Ionic Liquids in Aqueous Medium 175K. Srinivasa Rao, Pankaj Bharmoria, Tushar J. Trivedi, and Arvind Kumar

9. Effect of a Surface ]Active Lonic Liquid on Calixarenes 193Shubha Pandey, Shruti Trivedi, Pramod S. Pandey, Siddharth Pandey, and Sandeep K. Mishra

10. Ionic Liquids in Colloidal Regime 207Indrajyoti Mukherjee and Satya P. Moulik

11. Nanostructures of Amphiphiles and Microemulsions in Room ]Temperature Ionic Liquids 239Ahmed Mourchid

12. Microemulsions with ionic liquids 253Joachim Koetz

13. Properties of Ionic Liquid ]Based Microemulsions 261Maria Figueira ]González, Luis García ]Río, Mercedes Parajó, and Pedro Rodríguez ]Dafonte

14. Ionic Liquids in Soft Confinement: Effect of Reverse Micelle Interfaces on the Entrapped Ionic Liquid Structure 283Ruben Dario Falcone, N. Mariano Correa, Juana J. Silber, and Nancy E. Levinger

15. Designing a New Strategy for the Formation of IL ]In ]Oil Microemulsions Containing Double Chain Surface ]Active Ionic Liquid 303Vishal Govind Rao, Chiranjib Banerjee, Surajit Ghosh, Sarthak Mandal, and Nilmoni Sarkar

16. Ionic Liquid ]Based Microemulsions 325Jianling Zhang

17. Ionic Liquid ]Based Nonaqueous Microemulsion 343Qilong Ren, Qiwei Yang, Baogen Su, Zhiguo Zhang, Zongbi Bao, and Huabin Xing

18. Ionic Liquid Microemulsions and Applications 359Xue Qin An and Jun Shen

19. Ionic Liquid ]In ]Oil Microemulsions 375Debostuti Ghosh Dastidar and Sanjib Senapati

20. Recent Advances in Bioionic Liquids and Biocompatible Ionic Liquid ]Based Microemulsions 397Kaushik Kundu, Bidyut K. Paul, Soumik Bardhan, and Swapan K. Saha

21. Density Prediction of Ternary Mixtures of Ethanol + Water + Ionic Liquid Using Backpropagation Artificial Neural Networks 447J. Morales, O. A. Moldes, M. A. Iglesias ]Otero, J. C. Mejuto, G. Astray, and A. Cid

22. Effect of Ionic Liquids on Catalytic Properties and Structure of Biocatalysts 459Maria H. Katsoura, Athena A. Papadopoulou, Angeliki C. Polydera, and Haralampos Stamatis

23. Analytical Applications of Ionic Liquid ]Based Surfactants in Separation Science 475María J. Trujillo ]Rodríguez, Providencia González ]Hernández, and Verónica Pino

24. Ionic Liquids: Surfactant Agents for Layered Silicates 503Sébastien Livi, Jean ]François Gérard, and Jannick Duchet ]Rumeau

25. Deep Eutectic Solvents as a New Reaction Medium for Biotransformations 517Zhen Yang and Qing Wen

Index 533

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Bidyut K. Paul, PhD, is a Professor at Surface and Colloid Science Laboratory of Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India. He obtained Ph. D degree in Science (Physical Chemistry) from Jadavpur University. He has published 42 original research papers, six review articles, four book chapters, and one edited book. He has served as a Member of organizing committee of various national and international conferences. Professor Paul is one of the Associate Editors of the Journal of Surface Science and Technology.

Satya P. Moulik, PhD, DSc, is Fellow and Honorary Scientist, Indian National Science Academy and Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at the Centre for Surface Science, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. He is the Editorial Advisor of the Journal of Surface Science and Technology, Associate Editor of Journal of Surfactants and Detergents, and the former President of the Indian Society for Surface Science and Technology. He has published 344 original research papers, 13 review articles, six book chapters and one edited book. Professor Moulik has been associated with different national and international conferences as Chairperson/ Member of the organizing committees.

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