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Development of ionic gels using thiol-based monomers in ionic liquid
Author(s): Kumkum Ahmed; Naofumi Naga; Masaru Kawakami; Hidemitsu Furukawa
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Paper Abstract

Ionic gels (IGs) using ionic liquids (ILs) can propose diverse applications in the field of optics, sensors and separation have opened wide prospects in materials science. ILs have attracted remarkable interest for gel polymer electrolytes and batteries based on their useful properties such as non-volatility, non-flammability, a wide electrochemical window, high thermal stability and a high ionic conductivity. The formation of gel in IL media makes it possible to immobilize ILs within organic or inorganic matrices and to take advantage of their unique properties in the solid state, thus eliminating some shortcomings related to shaping and risk of leakage. In this work for the first time we used multifunctional thiol monomers having uniform structure and good compatibility with the IL of our interest. Therefore we focused on developing thiol monomer-based IGs using multifunctional thiol monomers and acrylate crosslinkers utilizing thiol-ene reaction between monomer and crosslinking molecules in an IL medium and characterize their physico-chemical properties like thermal, conductive, mechanical properties etc.. This work has been focused mainly to improve the mechanical strength of IGs and make prospects of IGs in tribology and lubricants.

Paper Details

Date Published: 18 April 2016
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 9800, Behavior and Mechanics of Multifunctional Materials and Composites 2016, 980005 (18 April 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2219240
Show Author Affiliations
Kumkum Ahmed, Yamagata Univ. (Japan)
Naofumi Naga, Shibaura Institute of Technology (Japan)
Masaru Kawakami, Yamagata Univ. (Japan)
Hidemitsu Furukawa, Yamagata Univ. (Japan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9800:
Behavior and Mechanics of Multifunctional Materials and Composites 2016
Nakhiah C. Goulbourne, Editor(s)

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