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PT-1  APPLICATION OF POLYMERISABLE PHASE-OUT-COMPLIANT FLUOROUS IONIC LIQUIDS AND RELATED SALTS B. NaierUniversity of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria
PT-2  MECHANISTIC STUDIES ON THE ELECTRODEPOSITION OF NEODYMIUM IN MOLTEN CHLORIDE ELECTROLYTE J. ÖhlUniversity of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
PT-3  DISSOLUTION OF CELLULOSE IN MIXTURES OF IONIC LIQUIDS COMBINED WITH MOLECULAR SOLVENTS A. PawlowskaAdam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
PT-4  TASK-SPECIFIC IONIC LIQUIDS FOR HEAVY METAL EXTRACTION: SYNTHESIS, EXTRACTION EFFICACIES AND RECYCLING PROPERTIES S. PlatzerUniversity of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
PT-5  Pd-COMLEX CATALYSED UREA SYNTHESIS ON cSILP N. ZahrtmannUniversitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
PT-6  STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF PROTIC IONIC LIQUID SYSTEMS J. ReidUniversity of York, York, UK
PT-7  NANO-STRUCTURE OF SOLVATE IONIC LIQUIDS AT GRAPHITIC INTERFACES BY MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS S. ColesUniversity of Oxford, Oxford, UK
PT-8  SYNERGISTIC CORROSION INHIBITION ON MILD STEEL BY IMIDAZOLINIUM ORGANIC SALTS A. ChongMonash University, Clayton, Australia
PT-9  TERAHERTZ PHONON-LIKE MODES IN IONIC LIQUIDS J. ReichenbachUniversity of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
PT-10  NEW EFFICIENT SOLID CATALYST WITH IONIC LIQUID LAYER (SCILL) IN THE CONTINUOUS LIQUID-PHASE PARTIAL HYDROGENATION OF ALKADIENES A. RiisagerTechnical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark
PT-11  DYNAMICS IN MIXTURES OF PROTIC IONIC LIQUIDS B. GolubUniversity of Rostock, Rostock, Germany
PT-12  PHOSPHAZENE BASED IONIC LIQUIDS AS ELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS FOR USE IN LITHIUM ION BATTERIES H. AkbaşUniversity of Gaziosmanpaşa, Tokat, Turkey
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Poster Presentations
PP-1  TERMOGRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE SERIES BuEt3NBr TO Bu3EtNBr WITH SYMMETRICAL AND ASYMMETRICAL HYDROCARBON CHAIN LENGTH E. Amado-GonzalezUniversity of Pamplona, Pamplona, Colombia
PP-2  THE ORIGIN OF THE CONDUCTIVITY MAXIMUM IN MOLTEN SALTS: TIN(II) CHLORIDE AND MERCURY(II) BROMIDE N. AravindakshanUniversity of Regina, Regina, Canada
PP-3  COLLECTIVE DYNAMICS OF APROTIC ILS - THE CASE OF [S221][TFSA], [S222][TFSA], [C4pyr][TFSA] AND [P14][DCA] R. BuchnerUniversity of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
PP-4  IONIC LIQUIDS DERIVED FROM MIXTURES OF TIN(IV) BROMIDE AND 1-HEXYL-3-METHYLIMIDAZOLIUM BROMIDE B. BurgenmeisterAlbert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, Germany
PP-5  A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF THE THERMO PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF HYDROXYETHYL AMMONIUM-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS B.K. ChennuriIndian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India
PP-6  INTERACTIONS OF FLUORINATED GASES WITH FLUORINATED IONIC LIQUIDS M. Costa GomesUniversité Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France
PP-7  ON THE COLOSSAL AND HIGHLY ANISOTROPIC THERMAL EXPANSION EXHIBITED BY IMIDAZOLIUM SALTS I. de PedroUniversidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain
PP-8  PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF BINARY MIXTURES OF DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENT WITH ALCOHOLS I. Domínguez University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
PP-9  STRUCTURE AND INTERACTIONS OF DICATIONIC IMIDAZOLIUM IONIC LIQUIDS V. DrakopoulosFoundation for Research and Technology Hellas, Patras, Greece
PP-10  DIFFUSION OF SELECTED IONIC LIQUIDS UNDER CONFINEMENT A. FilippovLuleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden
PP-11  HYDRATION AND COUNTERION BINDING OF [C12MIM] MICELLES S. FriesenUniversity of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
PP-12  STUDY ON PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF BINARY MIXTURES OF BIS(FLUOROSULFONYL)IMIDE-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS + ALCOHOLS B. GonzalezUniversity of Vigo, Vigo, Spain
PP-13  NATURAL GREEN IONIC LIQUIDS FROM CARNITINE DERIVATIVES K. HäcklUniversity of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
PP-14  ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND SURFACE COMPOSITION OF 1,3-DI(METHOXY)IMIDAZOLIUM IONIC LIQUID SYSTEMS B. HellerFriedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
PP-15  SYNTHESIS OF BROMOALUMINATE IONIC LIQUIDS M. HogAlbert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, Germany
PP-16  PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BENZO(1,2,3)THIADIAZOLATE BASED BIFUNCTIONAL IONIC LIQUIDS P. LewandowskiAdam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
PP-17  CORROSION INHIBITION OF ACIDIC-FUNCTIONALIZED IONIC LIQUIDS ON METAL Z. LiChinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou, China
PP-18  TWO-PHASE LIQUID-LIQUID SYSTEMS FORMED BY TWO IMMISCIBLE IONIC LIQUIDS C. M. S. S. NevesUniversity of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
PP-19  NH3 SOLUBILITIES IN IMIDAZOLIUM AND AMMONIUM BASED IONIC LIQUIDS WITH PROTON DONOR GROUPS T. MakinoNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba, Japan
PP-20  PHASE DIAGRAMS OF QUATERNARY AMMONIUM-BASED DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS M.A.R. MartinsUniversity of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
PP-21  MONITORING THE TRANSFORMATION OF A TRANSITION METAL COMPLEX IN IONIC LIQUIDS WITH PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY B. MayFriedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
PP-22  IONIC LIQUIDS FOR DNA QUANTIFICATION OUT OF GRAM NEGATIVE AND GRAM POSITIVE BACTERIA P. MesterUniversity of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria
PP-23  THE EFFECT OF THE HALIDE ANIONS ON NMR AND IR SPECTRA OF IMIDAZOLIUM BASED IONIC LIQUIDS A. MezzettaUniversita di Pisa, Pisa, Italy
PP-24  PHASE SEGREGATION IN PHOSPHONIUM BASED BIS(MANDELATO)BORATE IONIC LIQUID LUBRICANT B. MunavirovKTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
PP-25  PHOTORESPONSIVE IONIC LIQUIDS WITH AN AZOBENZENE MOIETY K. NobuokaOita University, Oita, Japan
PP-26  AMINO ACID IONIC LIQUIDS SUPPORTED SCHIFF BASES - COMPARISON OF PROPERTIES P. OssowiczWest Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland
PP-27  PREEMINENT FEATURES OF NOVEL C6 FLUORO-PONYTAILED SURFACTANTS: A VERSATILE CONSTRUCTION KIT OF ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE METHIMAZOLE DERIVATIVES G. PartlUniversity of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria
PP-28  ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF IMIDAZOLIUM BASED IONIC LIQUIDS WITH COMMON ANION [OTF]- ON MICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF A SOIL AND ON PLANT SEED GERMINATION O. ReyesUniversidad de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
PP-29  COMPARING TWO TETRAALKYLAMMONIUM IONIC LIQUIDS: LIQUID STRUCTURE AND PHASE TRANSITIONS M. RibeiroUniversity of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
PP-30  N-DONOR FUNCTIONALISED ROOM TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUIDS: THEIR THERMO-PHYSICAL, ELECTROCHEMICAL AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES Th. RuetherCSIRO Energy, Clayton, Australia
PP-31  1-(2-HYDROXYETHYL)-3-METHYLIMIDAZOLIUM TETRAFLUOROBORATE AND BIS(TRIFLUORO-METHYLSULFONYL)IMIDE AS ABSORBENTS OF AMMONIA IN ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION APPLICATIONS D. SalaveraUniversitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
PP-32  THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND ECOTOXICITY OF CHOLINE DYHIDROGENPHOSPHATE J. SalgadoUniversidad de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
PP-33  COMPARISION OF 4-AMINO-1-METHYL-1,2,4-TRIAZOLIUM NITRATE WITH CONVENTIONAL ENERGETIC PLASTICIZERS U. SchallerFraunhofer Insitut Chemische Technologie (ICP), Pfinztal, Germany
PP-34  THERMALLY STABLE BIS(TRIFLUOROMETHYLSULFONYL)IMIDE SALTS AND THEIR MIXTURe M. ScheuermeyerUniversität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany
PP-35  SURFACE PHASE BEHAVIOR OF LOW-TEMPERTURE MOLTEN SALT [PPh4][Tf2N] / Cs[Tf2N]-MIXTURES P. SchreiberFriedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen, Germany
PP-36  HOW WATER MANIFESTS STRUCTURAL REGIMES IN IONIC LIQUIDS A.P. SinghIndian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India
PP-37  GLOBAL VS. LOCAL QSAR MODELS FOR PREDICTING IONIC LIQUIDS TOXICITY A. SosnowskaUniversity of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland
PP-38  DETERMINATION AND ANALYSIS OF THE EUTECTIC POINT OF MIXTURES OF IONIC LIQUIDS OR ORGANIC SALTS O. StolarskaAdam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
PP-39  SOLUBILITY OF CARBON DIOXIDE IN 1-BUTYL-3-METHYLIMIDAZOLIUM TETRACHLOROFERRATE AT HIGH PRESSURES D. TumaBAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany
PP-40  THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF 1-BUTYL-3-METHYLIMIDAZOLIUM TETRAFLUOROBORATE AT HIGH PRESSURES D. TumaBAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany
PP-41  THERMOCHROMIC BEHAVIOUR IN BMIM4Ni(SCN)6 L. VarelaUniversidad de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
PP-42  THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF [EMIM] THIOCYANATE AND [EMIM] DICYANAMIDE E. VataščinUniversity of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Praha, Czech Republic
PP-43  LOW-MELTING ION PAIRS DUE TO ETHOXYLATION L. ZahnwehUniversity of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
PP-44  REDOX ACTIVE IONIC ELECTROLYTES FOR THERMAL ENERGY HARVESTING D. Al-MasriDaekin University, Burwood, Australia
PP-45  ION TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN A Pyr1,4-TFSI/Li-TFSI ELECTROLYTE DURING CYCLING OF A DUAL-ION CELL M. BalabajewPhilips-University Marburg, Marburg, Germany
PP-46  PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MAGNESIUM DOPED IONIC HYDROGEL Ó. CabezaUniversidade da Coruña, Coruña, Spain
PP-47  ELECTRODEPOSITION OF ALUMINIUM/CERAMIC METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE COATINGS FROM IONIC LIQUID S. CaporaliConsorzio INSTM, Firenze, Italy
PP-48  IONIC LIQUID ELECTROLYTE FOR GRAPHENE-BASED HIGH-PERFORMANCE SUPERCAPACITORS J.-K. ChangNational Central University, Taoyuan City, Taiwan
PP-49  VOLTAMMETRIC STUDY AND ELECTRODEPOSITION OF ZINC FROM ROOM TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUID 1-BUTYL-1-METHYLPYRROLIDINIUM BIS((TRIFLUOROMEHTYL)SULFONYL)IMIDE P.-Y. ChenKaohsiung Medical University, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
PP-50  LITHIUM ION TRANSPORT MECHANISM IN ETHER-FUNCTIONALIZED IONIC LIQUIDS - AN MD SIMULATION STUDY D. DiddensUniversity of Münster, Münster, Germany
PP-51  CORROSION RESISTANCE OF THE CRYOGENIC GYROSCOPE ROTORS MATERIALS AND ITS PLATING BY NIOBIUM A. DubrovskiyKola Science Centre RAS, Apatity, Russia
PP-52  TOWARDS IL-BASED ELECTROLYTES SUITABLE FOR Li-O2 BATTERIES V. HuberUniversity of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria
PP-53  IONIC LIQUIDS AS POSSIBLE ELECTROLYTES FOR LOW TEMPERATURE LIQUID METAL BATTERIES C.-C. LalauTechnische Universität Ilmenau, Ilmenau, Germany
PP-54  CORRION OF STEEL IN MOLTEN SODIUM NITRATE AT 340°C K. LeUniversité Paris-Sud, Orsay, France
PP-55  CONTRASTING THE SPECIFIC ADSORPTION OF HALIDE ANIONS AT Au(111), Bi(111) and C(0001) SURFACES FROM IONIC LIQUID MIXTURES M. LembinenUniversity of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
PP-56  MARCUS FREE ENERGIES FOR THE Fe3+/Fe2+ COUPLE IN IONIC LIQUIDS Z. LiUniversité Paris-Sud, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
PP-57  MODIFICATION OF SCREEN-PRINTED CARBON ELECTRODES WITH ELECTROCHEMICALLY-FORMED DENDRIMER-ENCAPSULATED PALLADIUM NANOPARTICLES FROM TRIBUTYLMETHYLAMMONIUM BIS((TRIFLUOROMETHYL)SULFONYL)IMIDE IONIC LIQUID N.-C. LoNational Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
PP-58  EFFECT OF METAL IONS ON THE ALUMINUM ELECTRODEPOSITION FROM IONIC LIQUIDS S. MartinuzziUniversity of Firenze, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
PP-59  MODELLING GRAPHENE BASED SUPERCAPACITORS T. Méndez MoralesUniversité Paris-Sud, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
PP-60  NixFe3-xO4 SPINELS STABILITY IN MOLTEN FLUORIDES P. MeyerUniversité de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
PP-61  STUDY OF THE ELECTROCHEMICAL STABILITY OF AN IMIDAZOLIUM BASED IONIC LIQUID BY NMR SPECTROSCOPY R. MichezUniversité libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium
PP-62  MULTIFUNCTIONAL ELECTROPOLYMERIZABLE CARBAZOLE-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS K. RajendranathKaohsiung Medical University, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
PP-63  ELECTRODEPOSITION OF SILVER FROM A CHOLINE CHLORIDE - OXALIC ACID ELECTROLYTE Q. RayéeUniversité libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium
PP-64  IMPROVING CATHODIC PROTECTION WITH AN IMIDAZOLIUM-BASED IONIC LIQUID A. RodriguezUniversity of Vigo, Vigo, Spain
PP-65  ELECTROCHEMICAL BEHAVIOUR OF Pr (III) IN NaCl-KCl MOLTEN SALT D.K. SahooBhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, India
PP-66  ELECTRODEPOSITION OF Nd FROM IONIC LIQUIDS AS AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR THE RECOVERY OF NEODYMIUM FROM SPENT NdFeB MAGNETS L. SanchezDeakin University, Burwood, Australia
PP-67  THE USE OF COMPOSITE SULFUR-GRAPHITE ELECTRODE TO MANAGE THE COMBINED ELECTROCHEMICAL REACTIONS IN ORDER FOR EXTRACTING THE METALS FROM VARIOUS RAW MATERIALS R. SharipovKazakh-British Technical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
PP-68  ADSORPTION OF HALIDE IONS AT ELECTRODE | IONIC LIQUID INTERFACE – ELECTROCHEMICAL AND IN SITU CHARACTERIZATION C. SiimensonUniversity of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
PP-69  IMPORTANCE OF LIQUID FRAGILITY FOR ENERGY APPLICATIONS OF IONIC LIQUIDS P. SippelUniversity of Augsburg, Augsburg, Germany
PP-70  ON THE LONG RANGE INTERACTION IN IONIC LIQUID ELECTROLYTES A. SmithUniversity of Oxford, Oxford, UK
PP-71  INFLUENCE OF THE ALKALINE EARTH METALS CATIONS ON THE ELECTROCHEMICAL BEHAVIOR OF THE REFRACTORY METALS REDOX COUPLES IN ALKALI HALIDE MELTS Y. StulovKola Science Centre RAS, Apatity, Russia
PP-72  PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PRUSSIAN BLUE CONTAING IONIC LIQUID ELECTRODES FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS G.-T. WeiNational Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan
PP-73  CATHODIC BEHAVIOR OF EXTRACTING TUNGSTEN POWDER FROM TUNGSTEN CARBIDE SCRAP BY MOLTEN SALT ELECTROLYSIS X. XiBeijing University of Technology, Beijing, China
PP-74  ACIDITY IN DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS AND IONIC LIQUIDS S. AlabdullahUniversity of Leicester, Leicester, UK
PP-75  MICELIZATION OF IONIC LIQUIDS - QSPR STUDIES M. BaryckiUniversity of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland
PP-76  PARTITION BEHAVIOUR OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN Y IN AQUEOUS BIPHASIC SYSTEMS COMPOSED OF IONIC LIQUIDS S. BernardoUniversity of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
PP-77  MODELING OF MOLTEN CARBONATES BASED ON CLASSICAL MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS E. DesmaeleSorbonne Universités, Paris, France
PP-78  MOLECULAR DYNAMICS OF ETHALINE: RELIABLE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES E. FerreiraUniversity of Porto, Porto, Portugal
PP-79  LONE IONIC LIQUIDS RECOVER BULK IONIC LIQUID ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE R. FogartyImperial College London, London, UK
PP-80  INTERACTIONS AND INTERFACIAL ORDERING OF IONIC LIQUIDS WITH CARBON NANOMATERIALS J. FrançaUniversidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
PP-81  THICKNESS DEPENDENCE ON IONIC CONDUCTIVITY IN [EMIM][TFSA] THIN-FILM IONIC LIQUID BY MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION I.B. Hendra PrastiawanTohoku University, Sendai, Japan
PP-82  APPLYING EFFICIENTLY PARAMETRIZED MOLECULAR MODELS IN INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH PROJECTS T. KöddermannFraunhofer Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing (SCAI), Sankt Augustin, Germany
PP-83  PROTON AVAILABILITY IN IONIC LIQUID BASED MEDIA FOR BIOMASS PRETREATMENT C. MarksRWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
PP-84  THERMODYNAMIC STUDY AND PROCESS MODELLING OF ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS WITH IONIC LIQUIDS USING COSMO-BASED MODEL IN ASPEN HYSYS SIMULATOR D. MorenoUniversidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
PP-85  ELECTRON DENSITY STUDIES AS A NEW VOLUME-BASED PREDICTING APPROACH TO THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF IONIC LIQUIDS Y. NelyubinaRAS, Moscow, Russia
PP-86  PHARMACEUTICAL DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS I. QaderUniversity of Leicester, Leicester, UK
PP-87  BIONIC LIQUIDS R. RoweImperial College London, London, UK
PP-88  ASSESING THE BIOACUMULATION ABILITY OF IONIC LIQUIDS BY QSPR METHOD A. RybińskaUniversity of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland
PP-89  EFFECT OF FLUORINATON OF NANOCARBON MATERIALS ON THEIR INTERACTIONS AND EXFOLIATION IN ORGANIC SOLVENTS AND IONIC LIQUIDS J. Szala-BilnikUniversité Blaise Pascal, Aubière, France
PP-90  THEORETICAL STUDY OF IMIDAZOLIUM-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS AT THE NEUTRAL SAPPHIRE INTERFACE N. Vučemilović-AlagićEAM, Erlangen, Germany
PP-91  HEAVY METAL SOLVATION IN MOLTEN SALTS K. WatsonImperial College London, London, UK
PP-92  EXTRACTION OF COFFEE INGREDIENTS FROM AQUEOUS IONIC LIQUID MIXTURES V. ZeindlhoferUniversity of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
PP-93  METAL CHALCOGENIDE SEMICONDUCTOR NANOSTRUCTURES FOR HYBRID SOLAR CELL APPLICATION A. AbouserieUniversity of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany
PP-94  THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF ALKYLIMIDAZOLIUM CYANO IONANOFLUIDS J. FrançaUniversidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
PP-95  ELECTROCHEMICAL FABRICATION OF InSb FILM FROM 1-BUTYL-1-METHYLPYRROLIDIUM DICYANAMIDE ROOM TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUID Y.-T. HsiehNational Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
PP-96  IN SITU SYNTHESIS OF Au AND Ag NANOPARTICLES USING ASCORBIC AND CITRIC ACID BASED IONIC LIQUIDS E. HusanuUniversita di Pisa, Pisa, Italy
PP-97  SOLUTIONS OF BRØNSTED ACIDS AND SILVER(I) SALTS IN LOW-VISCOSITY CYANOBORATE IONIC LIQUIDS Ch. KerpenUniversity of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
PP-98  STUDY ON PICKERING MINIEMULSION POLYMERIZATION CONTAINING ROOM TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUIDS: A STEP TOWARDS LOW-VOCS, NON-SURFACTANT LATEX COATING Y. KongUniversity of Nottingham Ningbo China, Ningbo, China
PP-99  TELLURIUM ELECTRODEPOSITION IN IONIC LIQUIDS: FROM HOLLOW NANOSTRUCTURES TO HAIR-LIKE NANOWIRES S. LegeaiUniversité de Lorraine, Metz, France
PP-100  CARBON NANOPARTICLES PREPARED IN AN IONIC LIQUID BY VACUUM SPUTTERING P. LobotkaSlovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
PP-101  OBSERVATION OF SINGLE ATOMS AND THE NANO DOMAIN STRUCTURE IN AN IONIC LIQUID USING SCANNING-TEM T. MiyataUniversity of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
PP-102  INTERFACIAL REACTIVITY OF Co NANOPARTICLES (CoNPs) IN IONIC LIQUIDS,TOWARDS BI-METALLIC NANOPARTICLES B. MorcosCEA-LETI-Minatec Campus, Grenoble, Frace
PP-103  PREPARATION OF NANOPARTICLES IN IONIC LIQUIDS BY LASER ABLATION S. OkazoeDoshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
PP-104  RHEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF NEW IONIC LIQUID – MULTIWALLED CARBON NANOTUBES NANOFLUIDS R. PamiesTechnical University of Cartagena, Murcia, Spain
PP-105  A NOVEL A GREEN, VERSATILE PROCESS TO GENERATE METALLIC NANOPARTICLES IN IONIC LIQUIDS C. SantiniCNRS-UMR, Villeurbanne Cedex, France
PP-106  IONIC LIQUIDS FOR TAILORING NANOMATERIALS FOR DIFFERENT APPLICATION ENVIRONMENTS T.J.S. Schubert IoLiTec Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH, Heilbronn, Germany
PP-107  COMPLEX PROPERTIES OF IONIC LIQUIDS PROBED BY MOLECULAR DYNAMICS K. ShimizuUniversidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
PP-108  IONANOFLUIDS FROM GRAPHENE: A NEW CHALLENGE S. VieiraUniversidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
PP-109  RESOURCE-EFFICIENT HIGH-YIELD IONOTHERMAL SYNTHESIS OF MICROCRYSTALLINE COPPER(I)PHOSPHIDE A. WolffDresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany
PP-110  ELECTRODEPOSITION OF Ga/In NANOSTRUCTURES IN ILs: INFLUENCE OF THE IL’S ANION AND THE TEMPERATURE ON THE DEPOSIT MORPHOLOGY J. ZahlbachClausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany
PP-111  SYNTHESIS OF METAL SULFIDES FROM A DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENT PRECURSOR (DESP) T. ZhangDresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany
PP-112  SYNTHESIS OF SEMICONDUCTOR NANOPARTICLES IN PYRIDINIUM IONIC LIQUID O. ZhuravlevTver State University, Tver, Russia
PP-113  NOVEL METHOD FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF CORE-SHELL-NANOPARTICLES WITH ULTRA-HIGH GRAFTING DENSITIES BY THE USE OF IONIC LIQUIDS R. ZirbsUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
PP-114  ELECTROCHEMICAL RECOVERY OF PLATINUM FROM SPENT PROTON EXCHANGE MEMBRANE FUEL CELLS USING IONIC LIQUIDS M. BalvaUniversité de Lorraine, Metz, France
PP-115  IONIC LIQUIDS: A POTENTIAL SOLVENT FOR YIELD EXTRACTION OF INDIAN COAL S. BhoiIndian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India
PP-116  EXTRACTION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS WITH CHOLINE BIS(TRIFLUOROMETHYLSULFONYL)IMIDE L. CesariLaboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés, Nancy, France
PP-117  CHARACTERIZING THE RELATIVE HYDROPHOBICITY OF BIOCOMPATIBLE AQUEOUS BIPHASIC SYSTEMS (ABS) FORMED BY IONIC LIQUIDS BY EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS M. Gonzalez-MiquelUniversity of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
PP-118  AN UPCYCLING STRATEGY FOR COTTON/POLYESTER WASTE TEXTILES S. HaslingerAalto University, Espoo, Finland
PP-119  EXTRACTION BEHAVIOR OF Am(III) AND Eu(III) FROM NITRIC ACID MEDIUM BY CMPO IN ROOM TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUID I. KimKorea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea
PP-120  DICYANAMIDE-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS IN THE SEPARATION OF TOLUENE FROM n-HEPTANE: EXPERIMENTAL AND COSMO-RS PREDICTIONS M. LarribaUniversidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
PP-121  IONIC LIQUIDS AS LIQUID AND SOLID SORBENTS FOR POST-COMBUSTION CO2 CAPTURE F.U. ShahLuleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden
PP-122  APPLICATION OF IONIC LIQUIDS (ILS) AS SOLVENTS FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS M.R. SulaimanImperial College London, London, UK
PP-123  DEEPING ON THE ROLE OF CATION SUBSTITUENTS ON THE EXTRACTIVE ABILITY OF PYRIDINIUM IONIC LIQUIDS P. VerdiaUniversity of Vigo, Vigo, Spain
PP-124  SEPARATION AND RECOVERY OF CELLULOSE, LIGNIN AND HEMICELLULOSE BY A HYDRATED SWITCHABLE IONIC LIQUID PROCESS FROM FAST GROWING BIOMASS: GRASS, AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES AND EUCALYPTUS BARK I. AnugwomUmeå University, Umeå, Sweden
PP-125  EVALUATING OF OPERATIONAL ASPECTS IN THE TRANSESTERIFICATION REACTION USING LIPASE IMMOBILIZED ON MODIFIED SILICA LIQUID IONIC PROTIC E. Bezerra CavalcantiUniversidade Tiradentes, Aracaju, Brasil
PP-126  FUNCTIONALIZED CHOLINE BASED AMINO ACID IONIC LIQUIDS: SCOPE OF BIO-ILs S. BhattacharyyaLuleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden
PP-127  COORDINATING CHIRAL IONIC LIQUIDS FOR ASYMMETRIC TRANSFER HYDROGENATION REACTIONS IN WATER J. BitaiTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PP-128  AEROBIC OXIDATION OF ALCOHOLS IN WATER-IONIC LIQUID MICELLAR SOLUTIONS A. CognigniTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PP-129  SYNTHESIS AND APPLICATION OF CHIRAL PYRROLIDINIUM IONIC LIQUIDS M. GanoWest Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland
PP-130  IONIC LIQUID AS REACTION MEDIA IN PALLADIUM-CATALYZED UREAS SYNTHESIS E.J. García-SuárezTechnical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark
PP-131  BOOSTING THE ACTIVITY IN SILP CATALYZED HYDROFORMYLATION VIA SURFACE FUNCTIONALIZATION OF THE CARBON SUPPORT M. HaumannFriedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
PP-132  SURFACE ACTIVE IONIC LIQUIDS IN THERMOMORPHIC CATALYSIS M. HejazifarTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PP-133  POLYALPHAOLEFIN SYNTHESIS CATALYSED WITH BORENIUM IONIC LIQUIDS J. HoggThe Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
PP-134  A GREEN AND RAPID CONVERSION OF SORBITOL TO ISOSORBIDE IN HYDROPHOBIC IONIC LIQUIDS A. KamimuraYamaguchi University, Ube, Japan
PP-135  CONTINOUS FLOW ENANTIOSELECTIVE ALDOL REACTION WITH SUPPORTED IONIC LIQUID CATALYSTS IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE S. KampichlerTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PP-136  BIODEGRADATION STUDIES OF A SERIES OF L-PHENYLALANINE DERIVED IONIC LIQUID SURFACTANTS BY A MODIFIED CLOSED BOTTLE TEST Y. KarpichevTallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
PP-137  PHTHALOCYANINE PREPARATION UTILIZING IONIC LIQUIDS S. KitaokaKindai University, Higashihiroshima, Japan
PP-138  IONIC LIQUIDS AS SLOVENTS FOR BIPHASIC HYDROSILYLATION REACTION IN MICROREACTOR SYSTEM R. KukawkaAdam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
PP-139  ACTIVITY ENHANCEMENT IN SCILL CATALYZED LIQUID PHASE HYDROGENATION OF TOLUENE M. LijewskiFriedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen, Germany
PP-140  BI-FUNCTIONAL IONIC LIQUIDS CONTAINING PHOSPHINE AND LEWIS ACIDIC PHOSPHONIUM FOR CO-CATALYSIS OF TANDEM HYDROFORMYLATION-ACETALIZATION Y. LiuEast China Normal University, Shanghai, China
PP-141  ENTRAPMENT OF TRANSAMINASES IN HYDROPHOBIC IONIC LIQUID POLYMERS N.A. Mohd AminThe University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
PP-142  GREEN APPROCH FOR SYNTHESIS OF NEWER DIHYDROPHENANTHRENE DERIVATIVES IN IONIC LIQUID S. PadviNorth Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, India
PP-143  SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL IONIC LIQUID BASED Rh(I), Ir(III) - PHOSPHINITE COMPLEXES K. RafikovaKazakh-British Technical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
PP-144  ENZYME-MEDIATED FREE RADICAL POLYMERIZATION IN DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENTS R. Sánchez-LeijaCentro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados Unidad Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico
PP-145  CARBENE CAN BE PRODUCED FROM IONIC LIQUIDS K. TakahashiKanazawa University, Japan
PP-146  IONIC LIQUID SUPPORTED IMINE BASES INDUCED POLYMERISATION OF ACRYLATES (IBA) G. ThielemannChemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
PP-147  NOVEL IMIDAZOLINONE-BASED CHIRAL IONIC LIQUIDS: EFFICIENT AND RECYCLABLE CATALYST FOR ASYMMETRIC DIELS-ALDER REACTION H. WuEast China Normal University, Shanghai, China
PP-148  REDUCTIVE DECHLORINATION OF ORGANIC CHLORIDES BY NAKED FORMATE IONS PREPARED IN IONIC LIQUDS Y. YasakaDoshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
PP-149  MICHAEL ADDITION REACTIONS IN IONIC LIQUID MEDIA A. ZicmanisUniversity of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
PP-150  UTILIZING ACID TO CONTROL PROCESS CHEMISTRY FOR ELECTRODEPOSITION OF ALUMINUM FROM CHLOROALUMINATE IONIC LIQUIDS J. AbbottXtalic Corporation, Marlborough, USA
PP-151  AFFINITY IONIC LIQUIDS FOR BIOMOLECULAR INTERACTION ANALYSIS IN SOLUTION AND CHEMOSELECTIVE DETECTION IN GAS PHASE Y.-H. ChuNational Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan
PP-152  BLACK HOLES & PENGUINS: CAPTURING THE SUN WITH BLACK SILICON P. CoxonUniversity of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
PP-153  COMBINING PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL METHODS FOR REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF IONIC LIQUIDS F.J. Deive University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain
PP-154  EFFECTS OF HYDROPHILIC OR HYDROPHOBIC AND CONCENTRATION OF THE PHOSPHONIUM-BASED IONIC LIQUIDS ON THE ACTIVITY OF BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA LIPASE C.M. Faria SoaresTiradentes University, Aracaju-Sergipe, Brazil
PP-155  THE USE OF IONIC LIQUIDS FOR CRACKING VIRUSES FOR ISOLATION OF NUCLEIC ACIDS S. FisterUniversity of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria
PP-156  EXTRACTION OF TRITERPENIC COMPOUNDS FROM OLIVE TREE LEAVES USING AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF SURFACE-ACTIVE IONIC LIQUIDS M.G. FreireUniversity of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
PP-157  HIGHLY EFFICIENT AND SAFETY SKIN PENETRANTS COMPOSED OF AMINO ACID IONIC LIQUIDS S.-Y. FurukawaResearch Institute for Bioscience Products and Fine Chemicals, Kanagawa, Japan
PP-158  RADICAL POLYMERIZATION INITIATED WITH IONIC LIQUIDS S. KannoTohoku Seikatsu Bunka University, Miyagi, Japan
PP-159  GRAPHENE/CARBON NANOTUBES HYBRID FOR SUPERCAPACITOR APPLICATIONS H.-K. KimUniversity of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
PP-160  THE THERMODYNAMIC FEASIBILITY OF [DBNH][OAc] APPLICATION IN INDUSTRIAL CELLULOSE TREATMENT A. OstonenAalto University, Espoo, Finland
PP-161  SYNTHESIS OF HIGH PURITY TRIHEXYL(TETRADECYL)PHOSPHONIUM BIS(OXALATO)BORATE IONIC LIQUID USING SYSTEMATIC BOTTOM-UP APPROACH M. ShimpiLuleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden
PP-162  PREPARATION AND DETERMINATION OF PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF MAGNETIC IONIC LIQUIDS Y. TakagiKagawa University, Takamatsu, Japan
PP-163  SPECIES - SPECIATION OF CHROMIUM IN IONIC LIQUIDS AS ALTERNATIVE ELECTRODEPOSITION SOLVENTS T. VerdonckUniversity of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium
PP-164  QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ACTINIDES IN MOLTEN SALTS J. WillitArgonne National Laboratory, Lemont, USA
PP-165  ON THE PROCESS OF NIOBIUM ANODIC OXIDATION IN POTASSIUM NITRATE MELT L. SkatkovPCB "Argo", Beer Sheva, Israel
PP-166  INTEGRAL PROCESS OF ANTHOCYANINS EXTRACTION AND TREATMENT OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC RESIDUE FROM WINERY INDUSTRY USING LOW-COST IONIC LIQUID Á. Silva LimaTiradentes University, Aracaju-Sergipe, Brazil
PP-167  REE4EU: INTEGRATED HIGH TEMPERATURE ELECTROLYSIS (HTE) AND IONIC LIQUID EXTRACTION (ILE) FOR A STRONG AND INDEPENDENT EUROPEAN RARE EARTH ELEMENTS SUPPLY CHAIN J. HidalgoTecnalia, San Sebastian, Spain