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Synthetic organic electrochemistry in ionic liquids: the viscosity question.

Ionic liquids are obvious candidates for use in electrochemical applications due to their ionic character. Nevertheless, relatively little has been done to explore their application in electrosynthesis. We have studied the Shono oxidation of arylamines and carbamates using ionic liquids as recyclabl... Full description

Journal Title: Molecules (Basel Switzerland), July 18, 2011, Vol.16(7), pp.5963-5974
Main Author: Bornemann, Steven
Other Authors: Handy, Scott T
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description: Ionic liquids are obvious candidates for use in electrochemical applications due to their ionic character. Nevertheless, relatively little has been done to explore their application in electrosynthesis. We have studied the Shono oxidation of arylamines and carbamates using ionic liquids as recyclable solvents and have noted that the viscosity of the medium is a major problem, although with the addition of sufficient co-solvent, good results and excellent recovery and recycling of the ionic liquid can be achieved.
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