Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Solvents, Ionic Liquids and Solvent Effects

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Academic Editor

Daniel Glossman-Mitnik

Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados

Co-editor

Magdalena Maciejewska

Lodz University of Technology

PublishedJanuary 15th, 2020

Doi10.5772/intechopen.82039

ISBN978-1-78985-282-0

Print ISBN978-1-78985-281-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83968-530-9

Copyright year2020

Number of pages258

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Open access  chapters

1. Bio-Solvents: Synthesis, Industrial Production and Applications

By Novisi K. Oklu, Leah C. Matsinha and Banothile C.E. Makhubela

1,660
782
3. Synthesis of Polyimides in the Melt of Benzoic Acid

By Kuznetsov Alexander Alexeevich and Tsegelskaya Anna Yurievna

810
4. Extraction of Aromatic Compounds from Their Mixtures with Alkanes: From Ternary to Quaternary (or Higher) Systems

By Ángeles Domínguez, Begoña González, Patricia F. Requejo and Sandra Corderí

788
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10. Solvent Effects on Dye Sensitizers Derived from Anthocyanidins for Applications in Photocatalysis

By Diana Barraza-Jiménez, Azael Martínez-De la Cruz, Leticia Saucedo-Mendiola, Sandra Iliana Torres-Herrera, Adolfo Padilla Mendiola, Elva Marcela Coria Quiñones, Raúl Armando Olvera Corral, María Estela Frías-Zepeda and Manuel Alberto Flores-Hidalgo

872
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11. Solvent Effects in Supramolecular Systems

By Raffaello Papadakis and Ioanna Deligkiozi

1,074
1

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