Data_Sheet_1_CO2 Absorption by DBU-Based Protic Ionic Liquids: Basicity of Anion Dictates the Absorption Capacity and Mechanism.docx (2.54 MB)

Data_Sheet_1_CO2 Absorption by DBU-Based Protic Ionic Liquids: Basicity of Anion Dictates the Absorption Capacity and Mechanism.docx

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posted on 17.01.2019 by Feixiang Gao, Zhen Wang, Pengju Ji, Jin-Pei Cheng

PILs are promising solvent systems for CO2 absorption and transformations. Although previously tremendous work has been paid to synthesize functionalized PILs to achieve a high-performance absorption, the underlying mechanisms are far less investigated and still not clear. In this work, a series of DBU-based PILs, i.e., [DBUH][X], with anions of various basicities were synthesized. The basicities of the anions were accurately measured in [DBUH][OTf] or extrapolated from the known linear correlations. The apparent kinetics as well as the capacities for CO2 absorption in these PILs were studied systematically. The results show that the absorption rate and capacity in [DBUH][X] are in proportional to the basicity of PIL, i.e., a more basic PIL leads to a faster absorption rate and a higher absorption capacity. In addition, the spectroscopic evidences and correlation analysis indicate that the capacity and mechanism of CO2 absorption in [DBUH][X] are essentially dictated by the basicities of anions of these PILs.

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