Design, Synthesis, and Evaluation of Nonaqueous Silylamines for Efficient CO2 Capture
Jackson R. Switzer, Amy L. Ethier, Emily C. Hart, Kyle M. Flack, Amber C. Rumple, Jordan C. Donaldson, Ashley T. Bembry, Owen M. Scott, Elizabeth J. Biddinger, Manish Talreja, Myoung-Geun Song, Pamela Pollet, Prof. Charles A. Eckert and Prof. Charles L. Liotta
Article first published online: 7 NOV 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201300438
Carbon capture by ionic liquids: A series of silylated amines are synthesized for use as reversible ionic liquids in the application of post-combustion carbon capture. A strong structure–property relationship among the silylamines is demonstrated in which minor structural modifications lead to significant changes in the bulk properties of the reversible ionic liquid formed from reaction with CO2.