1-Methyl-3-propyl-imidazolium-iodide min. 98 % Definition: Ionic liquids are salts which are available in a liquid state over a wide temperature range. They constitute a new generation of solvents with considerable potential for being able to replace classic organic solvents. Ionic liquids are composed of organic cations and organic or anorganic anions. Due to their fully ionized composition they exhibit no vapor pressure over the entire liquid range. Properties: Low-melting with melting point under 100 °C Thermally, mechanically and electrochemically stable Unlike conventional solvents, they are neither volatile nor combustible Negligible vapor pressure High solubility of many different kinds of chemicals Chemical and physical properties of ionic liquids: Art. No. Ionic liquid Short name Melting point Density Viscosity (cP) Conductivity (mS/cm) Thermal stability / pyrolysis 2010 1-Butyl-3-methyl-imidazolium-chloride BMIM CL n.e. 65 n.e. n.e. ca. 200 °C* 2012 1-Butyl-3-methyl-imidazolium-hexafluorophosphate BMIM PF6 1,372 (23 °C) -8 267,1 (25 °C) 1,373 (20 °C) ca. 200 °C, with H2O: hydrolytic formation of HF* 2014 1-Butyl-3-methyl-imidazolium-tetrafluoroborate BMIM BF4 1,205 (22 °C) -75 103,5 (25 °C) 3,145 (20 °C) ca. 200 °C, with H2O: hydrolytic formation of HF* 2015 1-Butyl-3-methylimidazolium-trifluoromethansulfonate BMIM Otf 1,299 (24 °C) 16 80 (25 °C) 3,049 (20 °C) <250 °C* 2021 1-Butyl-1-methyl-pyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulphonyl)-imide BMPyrr BTA 1,395 (23 °C) -18 94,4 (20 °C) 2,12 (20 °C) <250 °C* 2022 1-Butyl, Mol.weight 252,10g/mol, Density 1,542, CAS-No. 119171-18-5 Read more
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