NewsDiving into the structure of molten salts in tight
spaces

24th July 2020by admin0
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Room temperature ionic liquids (ILs), a special class
of molten salts, promise far greater electrochemical performance
compared to conventional aqueous solutions due to a suite of novel
and tunable properties. Over the past two decades, ILs have been
explored as a means of improving a range of different technologies,
from energy storage and conversion to catalysis to electroplating
of metals and semiconductors.

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