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content material: CONTENTS; methods FOR THE DISSOLUTION OF CELLULOSE; 1. Cellulose Solvents - notable background, brilliant destiny; TIM LIEBERT; 2. layout of Polar Ionic drinks To Solubilize Cellulose with no Heating; YUKINOBU FUKAYA, KENSAKU HAYASHI, SEUNG SEOB KIM AND HIROYUKI OHNO; three. Advances in Aqueous Cellulose Solvents; ANG LUE AND LINA ZHANG; four. Molten Inorganic Salts as response Medium for Cellulose; S. FISCHER AND okay. THUMMLER; five. Dimethyl Sulfoxide and Ammonium Fluorides - Novel Cellulose Solvents; THOMAS HEINZE AND SARAH KOHLER; interplay OF SOLVENTS WITH CELLULOSE; 6. Hydrogen Bond Acceptor houses of Ionic drinks and Their impact on Cellulose Solubility; M. SELLIN, B. ONDRUSCHKA AND A. STARK; 7. at the particular Behaviour of local Cellulose Fibers upon Dissolution; N. LE MOIGNE AND P. NAVARD; eight. facet Reactions within the process Cellulose/1-Alkyl-3-methyl-imidazolium Ionic Liquid; MICHAEL SCHREMS, GERALD EBNER, FALK LIEBNER, ERNST BECKER, ANTJE POTTHAST AND THOMAS ROSENAU; nine. Cellulose Solubility: Dissolution and research of "Problematic" Cellulose Pulps within the Solvent process DMAc/LiCl; UTE HENNIGES, SONJA SCHIEHSER, THOMAS ROSENAU AND ANTJE POTTHAST; 10. comparability of Solution-State houses of Cellulose Dissolved in NaOH/Water and in Ionic Liquid (EMIMAc); T. BUDTOVA, M. EGAL, R. GAVILLON, M. GERICKE, T. HEINZE, T. LIEBERT, C. ROY, ok. SCHLUFTER AND P. NAVARD; eleven. features of the interplay of local and artificial Polymers with Direct Dissolving beverages; B. KOSAN, ok. SCHWIKAL, S. HESSE-ERTELT, A. NECHWATAL, F. HERMANUTZ AND F. MEISTER; 12. impact of Enzymatic remedy on Solubility of Cellulose in 7.6%NaOH-Water and Ionic Liquid; PETER ROSENBERG, TATIANA BUDTOVA, MONIKA ROM AND PEDRO FARDIM; differences OF CELLULOSE utilizing SOLVENTS; thirteen. Non-Halide Ionic drinks for Solvation, Extraction, and Processing of Cellulosic fabrics; MICHAEL HUMMEL, GERHARD LAUS, ALEXANDER SCHWARZLER, GINO BENTIVOGLIO, EGON RUBATSCHER, HOLGER KOPACKA, KLAUS WURST, VOLKER KAHLENBERG, THOMAS GELBRICH, ULRICH J. GRIESSER, THOMAS RODER, HEDDA ok. WEBER,; HERWIG SCHOTTENBERGER AND HERBERT SIXTA; 14. houses of Cellulose/TiO2 Fibers Processed from Ionic beverages; MIRELA L. MAXIM, NING solar, RICHARD P. SWATLOSKI, MUSTAFIZUR RAHMAN, ADAM G. HARLAND, ANWARUL HAQUE, SCOTT okay. SPEAR, DANIEL T. DALY AND ROBIN D. ROGERS; 15. Novel Cellulose items ready by means of Homogeneous Functionalization of Cellulose in Ionic drinks; SUSANN DORN, MICHAEL SCHOBITZ, KERSTIN SCHLUFTER AND THOMAS HEINZE; sixteen. Dissolution of Cellulose in Ionic drinks and Its software for Cellulose Processing and amendment; LIU CHUANFU, solar RUNCANG, ZHANG AIPING AND LI WEIYING; 17. Imidazolium dependent Ionic beverages as Solvents for Cellulose Chemistry; JURGEN VITZ, TINA ERDMENGER AND ULRICH S. SCHUBERT; 18. Structure-Property courting of Cellulose Ethers - effect of the bogus Pathway on Cyanoethylation; B. VOLKERT, W. WAGENKNECHT AND M. MAI; 19. possibilities with wooden Dissolved in Ionic beverages; HAIBO XIE, ILKKA KILPELAINEN, ALISTAIR KING, TIMO LESKINEN, PAULA JARVI AND DIMITRIS S. ARGYROPOULOS; 20. Advances in Cellulose Solvent- and natural Solvent-Based Lignocellulose Fractionation (COSLIF); Y.-H. PERCIVAL ZHANG, ZHIGUANG ZHU, JOE ROLLIN AND NOPPADON SATHITSUKSANOH; INDEXES; writer INDEX; topic INDEX
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129)) a wide scope is the conversion of tosylate into deoxyazido-moieties and click reactions on these functions (298). All these examples should illustrate that DMAc/LiCl and related systems containing a Li-salt are the first choice for the efficient and tailored functionalization. Because of the high costs and the complicated recycling of the system it is still limited to lab scale application but for basic research and the preparation of high value products it is the most valuable solvent today.
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