CIESC Journal ›› 2023, Vol. 74 ›› Issue (9): 3628-3639.DOI: 10.11949/0438-1157.20230531

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Advances in silicon-based ionic liquid microparticle enhanced gas capture and conversion

Meisi CHEN(), Weida CHEN, Xinyao LI, Shangyu LI, Youting WU, Feng ZHANG(), Zhibing ZHANG()   

  1. School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210046, Jiangsu, China
  • Received:2023-05-31 Revised:2023-07-18 Online:2023-11-20 Published:2023-09-25
  • Contact: Feng ZHANG, Zhibing ZHANG


陈美思(), 陈威达, 李鑫垚, 李尚予, 吴有庭, 张锋(), 张志炳()   

  1. 南京大学化学化工学院,江苏 南京 210046
  • 通讯作者: 张锋,张志炳
  • 作者简介:陈美思(1996—),女,博士研究生,
  • 基金资助:


It is of great scientific and environmental significance to solve the problem of excessive discharge of polluting gases in industrial processes. Ionic liquids (ILs), being green solvents in a liquid state at room temperature, possess unique advantages in gas capture and conversion. However, their inherent high viscosity poses a major challenge for industrial applications. Based on years of research, our team has discovered that instead of significantly reducing the viscosity of ILs, an effective approach to adapt them for industrial use is through the utilization of "micro particulation" technology, enabling efficient deployment of ionic liquids in a quasi-stationary state. In view of this, the research progress on the application of ionic liquid micro particles with silica as a medium and its derived ILs nano-micro interface reaction units for gas capture and conversion is reviewed, the characteristic advantages of micro particulated IL systems over conventional systems are discussed, and the "micro particulation" of ILs is analyzed. The application prospects and industrial feasibility of "micro particulation" of ILs are discussed.

Key words: ionic liquids, gas capture, CO2 conversion, microscale, silica



关键词: 离子液体, 气体捕集, CO2转换, 微尺度, 二氧化硅

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