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OP-1  SYNTHESIS OF POLYNUCLEAR METAL CLUSTERS IN CARBOXYLATE IONIC LIQUIDS P. NockemannThe Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
OP-2  NUCLEATION OF METALS IN IONIC LIQUIDS P.-H. HaumesserUniversité Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France
OP-3  IONANOFLUIDS: STATE OF ART C. Nieto de CastroUniversidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
OP-4  IMIDAZOLIUM BASED IONIC LIQUIDS AS TAILORED AGENTS FOR TRANSITION METAL OXIDE NANOARCHITECTURES E. HusanuUniversita di Pisa, Pisa, Italy
OP-5  IONOSILICAS: ORGANOSILICAS FROM SILYLATED IONIC LIQUID PRECURSORS P. HesemannInstitut Charles Gerhardt, Montpellier, France
OP-6  BRIDGING IONIC LIQUIDS AND MOLTEN SALTS: SURFACE SCIENCE INVESTIGATIONS ON HIGH-TEMPERATURE STABLE ORGANIC/INORGANIC MOLTEN SALT MIXTURES F. MaierFriedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen, Germany
OP-7  The Nuclear Overhauser Effect as a Tool to analyse Structo-Dynamical Coupling in Ionic Liquids O. SteinhauserUniversity of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
OP-8  NMR MICROIMAGING INVESTIGATION OF IL-PEO MIXTURES: THE MORPHOLOGY OF DYNAMICS A. MelePolitecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
OP-9  ION MOBILITIES AND CORRELATED MOTION IN IONIC LIQUIDS ANALYZED BY ELECTROPHORETIC NMR M. SchönhoffWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Münster, Germany
OP-10  X-RAY PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY OF IONIC LIQUIDS - HOW TO CLOSE THE PRESSURE GAP IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY RESEARCH A. Foelske-SchmitzTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
OP-11  UPSCALING OF IONIC LIQUID BASED CELLULOSE SPINNING FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SUSTAINABLE HIGH PERFORMANCE FIBERS M. HummelAalto University, Aalto, Finland
OP-12  NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO PRODUCE COMMERCIALLY INTERESTING CELLULOSE ACETATES - FROM IONIC LIQUIDS TO SOLVENT-FREE SYNTHESIS J.-P. MikkolaUmeå University, Umeå, Sweden
OP-13  IONIC LIQUID-ASSISTED RECOVERY OF VALUE ADDED ALKALOIDS FROM PLANT MATERIALS M. BogdanovSofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria
OP-14  PROGRESS OUT OF THE LAB; SCALE-UP OF NOVEL METHODS FOR METAL RECOVERY C. DownsC-Tech Innovation Ltd., Chester, UK
OP-15  RENEWABLE IONIC LIQUIDS FOR THE PRETREATMENT AND VALORIZATION OF BIOMASS B. SimmonsJoint BioEnergy Institute, Emeryville, USA
OP-16  MINERAL PROCESSING OF USING DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS A. AbbottUniversity of Leicester, Leicester, UK
OP-17  MOLTEN ALKALI NITRATES AS ENGINEERING FLUIDS V. NunesEscola Superior de Tecnologia de Tomar, Tomar, Portugal
OP-18  BEYOND HALOMETALLATE IONIC LIQUIDS: DEVELOPING NEW IONIC LIQUIDS FOR LEWIS ACID CATALYSIS AND INORGNAIC SYNTHESIS M. Swadzba-KwasnyThe Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
OP-19  DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NEW SWITCHABLE SOLVENT SYSTEMS BASED ON AQUEOUS BIPHASIC SYSTEMS J. CoutinhoUniversity of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
OP-20  PEPTIDES IN PRESENCE OF AQUEOUS IONIC LIQUIDS: TUNABLE CO-SOLUTES AS DENATURANTS OR PROTECTANTS? J. SmiatekUniversity of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
OP-21  NOVEL CHOLINIUM IONIC LIQUIDS: PROPERTIES AND APPLICATION TO SILVER RECOVERY BY LIQUID-LIQUID EXTRACTION J. Sirieix PlénetSorbonne Universités, Paris, France
OP-22  ION SPECIFIC EFFECTS ON PARTICLE AGGREGATION IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF IONIC LIQUIDS I. SzilagyiUniversity of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
OP-23  NANO-CONFINED IONIC LIQUID-WATER MIXTURES L.M. VarelaUniversidad de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
OP-24  UNDERSTANDING HALOMETALLATE IONIC LIQUIDS P. HuntImperial College London, London, UK
OP-25  INCLUDING CHARGE TRANSFER IN THE SIMULATION OF IONIC SYSTEMS S. RickUniversity of New Orleans, New Orleans, USA
OP-26  MOLECULAR SIMULATION OF CO2 ABSORPTION IN THE IONIC LIQUID [P2228][2-CNpyr] USING REACTION ENSEMBLE MONTE CARLO R. MullenUniversity of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, USA
OP-27  STUDIES OF INTERFACIAL PROPERTIES AND THE ROLE OF POLARIZABILITY USING A COARSE-GRAINED MODEL FOR [BMIM][PF6] Ch. HolmUniversity of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
OP-28  ELECTORODEPOSITION OF Al-Zr ALLOYS IN LOW-TEMPERATURE CHLOROALUMINATE MOLTEN SALTS M. UedaHokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
OP-29  SOLVENTS EFFECTS ON GRAPHITE EXFOLIATION E. BordesUniversité Blaise Pascal, Aubière, France
OP-30  THE CARBON ELECTRODE/DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENT INTERFACE - ELECTROCHEMISTRY AND SPECTROELECTROCHEMISRY B. GollasGraz University of Technology, Graz, Austria
OP-31  ABOUT SPECIATION IN MOLTEN FLUORIDES: WHEN IN SITU MEASUREMENTS AND THEORETICAL CALCULATIONS PLAY THE SAME STORY... C. BessadaUniversité d'Orléans, Orléans, France
OP-32  MSFR REPROCESSING OPTION USING METALLIC LIQUID CATHODES M. GibilaroUniversité de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
OP-33  ENHANCED STABILITY OF THE HAFNIUM OXIDE ELECTROLYTE AND REDUCED WORKING VOLTAGE OF A CB-RAM BY AN IONIC LIQUID T. ItohTottori University, Tottori, Japan
OP-34  DYNAMICS AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF PROTIC IONIC LIQUIDS: THE CASE OF ALKYLAMMONIUM FORMATES A. NazetUniversity of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
OP-35  EFFECT OF ALKYL CHAIN BRANCHING ON THE PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF IMIDAZOLIUM-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS E. QuitevisTexas Tech University, Lubbock, USA
OP-36  INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS OF GLYME WITH ALKALI AND ALKALINE EARTH METAL CATIONS AND RELATIONSHIP WITH LIQUID STRUCTURES OF SOLVATE IONIC LIQUIDS S. TsuzukiNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan
OP-37  A NOVEL ALUMINIUM-ION BATTERY: Al/AlCl3-[EMIm]Cl/MxSy (M=Ni, Cu, Ti) COMPOSITES S. WangUniversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, P.R. China
OP-38  IONIC LIQUID ELECTROLYTES FOR RECHARGEABLE METAL AIR BATTERIES C. Pozo-GonzaloDaekin University, Burwood, Australia
OP-39  IONIC LIQUIDS FOR ENERGY DEVICES FABRICATION Y. ZhaoThe Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway
OP-40  THE IONIC LIQUID SUPERCAPATTERY WITH AN ACTIVATED CARBON POISTRODE AND AN ALKALI METAL NEGATRODE L. YuUniversity of Nottingham Ningbo China, Ningbo, China
OP-41  INVESTIGATION OF THE INTERPHASE BETWEEN GRAPHITE ELECTRODE/ IONIC LIQUID ELECTROLYTE DURING THE FIRST DISCHARGE E. BolimowskaCEA-Liten, Grenoble, France
OP-42  THE ELECTROCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF UO2 TO U USING A FLUIDISED CATHODE PROCESS R. AbdulazizUniversity College London, London, UK
OP-43  MOLTEN SALT ELECTROCHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF POROUS TITANIUM-NIOBIUM BIOMEDICAL ALLOYS S.M.V. DunaboyinaUniversity of Nizwa, Nizwa, Oman
OP-44  ELECTROCHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF FERROCHROMIUM BY ELECTRO-REDUCTION IN MOLTEN SALTS J. SureUniversity of Nizwa, Nizwa, Oman
OP-45  OXYGEN IN HALIDES MELTS CONTAINING NIOBIUM AND TANTALUM COMPOUNDS: ENEMY AND FRIEND S. KuznetsovKola Science Centre RAS, Apatity, Russia
OP-46  RECOVERY TUNGSTEN FROM TUNGSTEN CARBIDE IN NaCl-KCl-Na2WO4 MOLTEN SALT L. ZhangBeijing University of Technology, Beijing, China
OP-47  NEW APPROACH TO HYDROSILYLATION REACTION IN IONIC LIQUIDS AS SOLVENT IN MICROREACTOR SYSTEM M. SmiglakAdam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
OP-48  CARBONATE BASED IONIC LIQUID SYNTHESIS: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND APPLICATIONS OF CBILS® IONIC LIQUIDS IN INDUSTRIAL SCALE M. OrtnerProionic GmbH, Grambach, Austria
OP-49  SYNTHESIS OF POLY IONIC LIQUIDS IN NANO-SIZED HOLLOW SPHERE SILICA P. ThomassenTechnical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark
OP-50  NEW APPLICATIONS OF ORGANOCARBONATE AND ORGANOOXALATE IONIC LIQUIDS J. SundermeyerPhilips-University Marburg, Marburg, Germany
OP-51  LEWIS SUPERACIDIC IONIC LIQUIDS WITH TRICOORDINATE BORENIUM CATIONS AS CATALYSTS FOR DIELS-ALDER REACTION A. ChrobokThe Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland
OP-52  NEW WEAPONS AGAINST MALARIA – NOVEL IONIC LIQUIDS BASED ON CLASSICAL ANTIMALARIAL DRUGS R. FerrazUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
OP-53  TUNING MIXTURES OF CARBOXILATE-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS FOR CO2 ABSORPTION L.F. LepreUniversity of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
OP-54  BROMIDE AND CHLORIDE CONTAINING IONIC LIQUID MIXTURES AT Bi(111) ELECTRODE - AN IN SITU STM STUDY C. SiimensonUniversity of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
OP-55  THERMO-RESPONSIVE PHASE-SEPARATION OF CELLULOSE IN IONIC LIQUID-MOLECULAR SOLVENT MIXTURES A.J. HoldingUniversity of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
OP-56  TUNING INTERFACIAL STRUCTURE PROPERTIES USING DOUBLE SALT IONIC LIQUIDS R. CostaUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
OP-57  HYDROPHOBIC DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS AS WATER IMMISCIBILE EXTRACTANTS: DESIGN, PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS D. van OschEindhoven University of Technology, Eindhofen, The Netherlands
OP-58  PARTITIONING AND SEPARATION OF METALS: GOOD OLD RECIPES FROM THE NOVEL IONIC LIQUID POT I. BillardUniversité Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France
OP-59  PURIFICATION OF INDIUM BY SOLVENT EXTRACTION WITH UNDILUTED IONIC LIQUIDS C. DefermKatholieke Universitei Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
OP-60  DETERMINATION OF INORGANIC CONTAMINANTS IN IONIC LIQUIDS USING LASER-ABLATION-INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED-MASS-SPECTROMETRY (LA-ICP-MS) A. LimbeckTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
OP-61  PERSPECTIVES OF IONIC LIQUIDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY M. KoelTallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
OP-62  [C2mim][CH3SO3] – IS IT A SUITABLE NEW HEAT TRANSFER FLUID? M.J. LourençoUniversidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
OP-63  THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE IN MOLTEN SALTS M. Gaune-EscardAix-Marseille Université, Marseille, France
OP-64  THERMODYNAMIC MODELS FOR SALT SYSTEMS USED FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FERTILIZERS Ch. RobelinÉcole Polytechnique, Montréal, Canada
OP-65  EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF NEWLY SYNTHESIZED ETHER AND HYDROXYL FUNCTIONALIZED ILS A. TotUniversity of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia
OP-66  IONIC CORRELATION IN EMIMBF4 AND EMIMTFSI: A MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION V. LeschForschungszentrum Jülich, Münster, Germany
OP-67  IONIC LIQUIDS MIXTURES AT CHARGED INTERFACES I. VoroshylovaUniversity of Porto, Porto, Portugal
OP-68  MD SIMULATIONS OF IL MIXTURES IN POROUS CARBON ELECTRODES K. BreitsprecherUniversity of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
OP-69  THE EFFECT OF THE ANIONS ON THE CAPACITANCE OF IONIC LIQUID BASED SUPERCAPACITATORS C. CervinkaUniversity of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Praha, Czech Republic
OP-70  DENSITY STUDIES ON ION-ION AND ION-SOLVENT INTERACTIONS OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF IMIDAZOLIUM CHLORIDE IONIC LIQUIDS [MIm][Cl] AND [BMIm][Cl] AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES R. TomašUniversity of Split, Split, Croatia
OP-71  LANTHANIDES IN IONIC LIQUIDS: TO BE OR NOT TO BE ELECTRDEPOSITED? N. PapaiconomouUniversité Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France
OP-72  STUDY ON INTERACTIONS OF IMIDAZOLIUM BASED IONIC LIQUIDS WITH SELECTED LACTONE S. PapovićUniversity of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia
OP-73  SOLUBILITY OF RESPIRATORY GASES IN FLUORINATED IONIC LIQUIDS A.B. PereiroUniversidade Nova de Lisboa, Oeiras, Portugal
OP-74  RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY AND DFT CALCULATIONS OF BIS(TRIFLUOROMETHYLSULFONYL)IMIDE BASED MOLTEN SALTS M. ScheuermeyerUniversität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany
OP-75  PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF DICYANAMIDE ANION BASED IONIC LIQUIDS MIXTURES WITH γ-BUTYROLACTONE AS ELECTROLYTE SYSTEM FOR LITHIUM ION BATTERIES N. ZecUniversity of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia
OP-999  ON THE PROCESS OF NIOBIUM ANODIC OXIDATION IN POTASSIUM NITRATE MELT H. Krebs