Ionic liquids (ILs) are promising materials in a range of environmentally friendly chemical processes, as they have a number of advantages as “green solvents” over conventional molecular organic solvents. Our interest is in their potential use as CO2 trapping reagents alternative to traditional amine-based solvents for radiocarbon analysis in Liquid Scintillation Counting. Currently there are no information concerning the compatibility of such materials with scintillation cocktail and technique. Preliminary results on two commercial ILs properties are herein presented.

Study of the optical properties of ionic liquids by Liquid Scintillation Counting

Rizzo A.;Telloli C.;Ubaldini A.;Bartolomei P.
2020

Abstract

Ionic liquids (ILs) are promising materials in a range of environmentally friendly chemical processes, as they have a number of advantages as “green solvents” over conventional molecular organic solvents. Our interest is in their potential use as CO2 trapping reagents alternative to traditional amine-based solvents for radiocarbon analysis in Liquid Scintillation Counting. Currently there are no information concerning the compatibility of such materials with scintillation cocktail and technique. Preliminary results on two commercial ILs properties are herein presented.
CO; 2; absorption; ILs; Liquid Scintillation Counting; Scintillation properties
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