Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Numerical modelling of extraction with the use of ionic liquids for separation of azeotropes in the presence of a high voltage electric field producing liquid-liquid emulsions. Jerzy Petera Faculty of Process & Environmental Engineering
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Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Numerical modelling of extraction with the use of ionic liquids for separation of azeotropes in the presence of a high voltage electric field producing liquid-liquid emulsions
Faculty of Process & Environmental Engineering
Technical University of Łódź
Designer solvents - flexibility of choosing functional groups to make ionic liquids
Halide-based (Cl-, Br-, F-)
Halogeno-based (BF4-, PF6-)
NO3-, ClO4-,HSO4- SO3-, CF3SO3-
With R = C4 to C8. , R1 = C4
Extractive Distillation and Breaking Azeotropes
- Gmehling and Krummen, DE10154052
- Arlt et al., DE10136614/WO2002074718
Influence of [EMIM][BF4] on ethanol + water VLE at 363.15 K
Influence of [EMIM][BF4] on the Tetrahydrofuran + water VLE at 337.15 K
Breaking Azeotrope with IL
A + C
C + IL
The droplet dispersion simulated by means of the cloud model. (1) 3D picture of clouds, (2) 2D section of the same clouds with the droplet concentration contours.
Calculated extract concentration profiles in the contactor after 2 h.