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Amy L. Rohan, Jackson R. Switzer, Kyle M. Flack, Ryan J. Hart, Swetha Sivaswamy, Elizabeth J. Biddinger, Manish Talreja, Manjusha Verma, Sean Faltermeier, Paul T. Nielsen, Pamela Pollet, George F. Schuette, Prof. Charles A. Eckert and Prof. Charles L. Liotta The Synthesis and the Chemical and Physical Properties of Non-Aqueous Silylamine Solvents for Carbon Dioxide Capture ChemSusChem 5

Version of Record online: 23 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201200393

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Silylamine molecular liquids reversibly react with CO2 to form the corresponding ammonium carbamates (reversible ionic liquids). The molecular liquid is easily regenerated quantitatively from the reversible ionic liquid upon heating. The ability to tune bulk properties by making structural changes presents an opportunity for optimization by developing a system that balances conversion with viscosity and minimizes the energy required for regeneration.

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