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Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids

Hiroyuki Ohno (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-471-76252-2
408 pages
August 2005
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Focusing on the electrochemistry of ionic liquids, Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids examines the fundamentals and electrochemical applications of ionic liquid. This professional-oriented book provides the latest data for engineers and researchers in relevant industry as well as academic scientists and graduate students. The book starts with the importance and fundamental properties of ionic liquids, followed by a more general review of electrochemical processes, and finally covers some highly specialized and novel developments such as Ionic Liquidized DNA.
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Contributors.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Chapter 1. Importance and Possibility of Ionic Liquids (Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 2. Physical Chemistry of Ionic Liquids, Inorganic and Organic, Protic and Aprotic (C. A. Angell, W. Xu, M. Yoshizawa, A. Hayashi, J.-P. Belieres, P. Lucas, and M. Videa).

PART I: BASIC ELECTROCHEMISTRY.

Chapter 3. General Techniques (Yasushi Katayama).

Chapter 4. Electrochemical Windows of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids (Hajime Matsumoto).

Chapter 5. Diffusion in Ionic Liquids and Correlation with Ionic Transport Behavior (Md. Abu Bin Hasan Susan, Akihiro Noda, and Masayoshi Watanabe).

Chapter 6. Ionic Conductivity (Hiroyuki Ohno, Masahiro Yoshizawa, and Tomonobu Mizumo).

Chapter 7. Optical Waveguide Spectroscopy (Hiroyuki Ohno and Kyoko Fujita).

Chapter 8. Electrolytic Reactions (Toshio Fuchigami).

Chapter 9. Electrodeposition of Metals in Ionic Liquids (Yasushi Katayama).

PART II: BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY.

Chapter 10. Enzymatic Reactions (Tomoya Kifazume).

Chapter 11. Molecular Self-assembly in Ionic Liquids (Nobuo Kimizuka and Takuya Nakashima).

Chapter 12. Solubilization of Biomaterials into Ionic Liquids (Kyoko Fujita, Yukinobu Fukaya, Naomi Nishimura, and Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 13. Redox Reaction of Proteins (Kyoko Fujita and Hiroyuki Ohno).

PART III: IONIC DEVICES.

Chapter 14. Application of Ionic Liquids to Li Batteries (Hikari Sakaebe and Hajime Matsumoto).

Chapter 15. Application of Ionic Liquids to Photoelectrochemical Cells (Hajime Matsumoto).

Chapter 16. Fuel Cell (Masahiro Yoshizawa and Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 17. Application of Ionic Liquids to Double-Layer Capacitors (Makoto Ue).

PART IV: FUNCTIONAL DESIGN.

Chapter 18. Novel Fluoroanion Salts (Rika Hagiwara and Kazuhiko Matsumoto).

Chapter 19. Neutralized Amines (Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 20. Zwitterionic Liquids (Masahiro Yoshizawa, Asako Narita, and Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 21. Alkali Metal Ionic Liquid (Wataru Ogihara, Masahiro Yoshizawa, and Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 22. Polyether/Salt Hybrids (Tomonobu Mizumo and Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 23. Electric Conductivity and Magnetic Ionic Liquids (Gunji Saito).

PART V: IONIC LIQUIDS IN ORDERED STRUCTURES.

Chapter 24. Ion Conduction in Plastic Crystals (Maria Forsyth, Jennifer M. Pringle, and Douglas R. MacFarlane).

Chapter 25. Liquid Crystalline Ionic Liquids (Takashi Kato and Masafumi Yoshio).

PART VI: GEL-TYPE POLYMER ELECTROLYTES.

Chapter 26. Ionic Liquid Gels (Kenji Hanabusa).

Chapter 27. Zwitterionic Liquid/Polymer Gels (Masahiro Yoshizawa and Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 28. Ionic Liquidized DNA (Naomi Nishimura and Hiroyuki Ohno).

PART VII: POLYMERIZED IONIC LIQUIDS.

Chapter 29. Ion Conductive Polymers (Hiroyuki Ohno and Masahiro Yoshizawa).

Chapter 30. Amphoteric Polymers (Hiroyuki Ohno, Masahiro Yoshizawa, and Wataru Ogihara).

Chapter 31. Polymer Brushes (Masahiro Yoshizawa and Hiroyuki Ohno).

Chapter 32. Future Prospects (Hroyuki Ohno).

Index.

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HIROYUKI OHNO is a professor in the Department of Biotechnology at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. Professor Ohno is renowned for his research and is a pioneer in the realm of ionic liquids and ion-conductive materials, with more than 200 papers published in the field.
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"...this monograph provides much useful information on a wide variety of topics..." (E-STREAMS, August 2006)

"…editor Ohno provides an impressively readable book that, despite a title suggesting a narrow focus, is understandable by and of value to students and scientists well outside the electrochemistry area." (CHOICE, November 2005)

“…provides the latest data for engineers and researchers in relevant industries, as well as academic scientists and graduate students.” (The Chemical Engineer, September 2004)

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