Tunable “ionic liquids” and nanocrystalline metal oxides architectures: challenges, strategies, applications
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STINGACI, Eugenia; POGREBNOI, Serghei; BOLDESCU, Veaceslav; DRAGALIN, Ion; CURLAT, Serghei; MACAEV, Fliur. Tunable “ionic liquids” and nanocrystalline metal oxides architectures: challenges, strategies, applications. In: Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics. Editia a 7-a, 16-19 septembrie 2014, Chișinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: Institutul de Fizică Aplicată, 2014, p. 128.
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Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics
Editia a 7-a, 2014
Conferința "Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics"
Chișinău, Moldova, 16-19 septembrie 2014

Tunable “ionic liquids” and nanocrystalline metal oxides architectures: challenges, strategies, applications


Pag. 128-128

Stingaci Eugenia, Pogrebnoi Serghei, Boldescu Veaceslav, Dragalin Ion, Curlat Serghei, Macaev Fliur
 
Institute of Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 4 martie 2019


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Nanocrystalline metal oxides find numerous applications, e.g., for the oxidation of volatile organic compounds or the destruction of hazardous materials, as active adsorbents for gases, as heterogeneous catalysts for various organic transformations. On the other side, in industry, the current trend aims at developing of tunable materials using environmentally friendly, inexpensive, and renewable resources like UV, O2, H2O, H2O2, ionic liquids, natural chiral hydrocarbons, alkaloids, etc) [1]. This development reflects a growing need for an efficient synthetic methodology to produce organic compounds with applications in pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, flavours, fragrances, etc [2-5]. In the present lecture, we will illustrate this postulate via examples of our last year‟s research activities, which demonstrate developing of the generally applicable synthetic routes to tunable ionic materials and nanocrystalline metal oxides with emphasis on biologically active and medicinally important compounds of natural or synthetic origin [5-14].