CO2 capture: Tuning cation-anion interaction in urethane based poly(ionic liquids)

CO2 capture: Tuning cation-anion interaction in urethane based poly(ionic liquids)

Author Bernard, Franciele L. Google Scholar
Polesso, Barbara B. Google Scholar
Cobalchini, Fabiana W. Google Scholar
Donato, Augusto J. Google Scholar
Seferin, Marcus Google Scholar
Ligabue, Rosane Google Scholar
Chaban, Vitaly V. Autor UNIFESP Google Scholar
do Nascimento, Jailton F. Google Scholar
Dalla Vecchia, Felipe Google Scholar
Einloft, Sandra Google Scholar
Abstract The development of new urethane based poly(ionic liquids) (PILs) is a promising solution to address CO2 capture. The obtainment of low cost polyurethane based PILs using different ionic liquids cations fosters the emergence of new materials for CO2 capture. The synthesized PILs were characterized by GPC, FTIR, NMR, DSC, TGA, DMTA and AFM. CO2 sorption capacity was gravimetrically assessed in a magnetic suspension balance. In addition, ab initio simulations were performed. Experimental and simulation results allow understanding the varying performance of the polymeric anion with the bmim, TBA, and TBP cations in CO2 sorption. A successful compound for gas capture must exhibit the weakest possible cation-anion coordination and smaller molecular masses. Better CO2 sorption capacity was achieved for the cation TBA as compared to TBP and bmim (the amounts of CO2 sorption at 50 bar and 303.15 K were 162 mgCO(2)/g for the PU-bmim, 168 mgCO(2)/g for PU-TBP and 226 mgCO(2)/g PU-TBA). At lower pressures, these compounds present a high CO2 sorption capacity (at 0.82 bar of pressure and 303.15 K PU-bmim presented a CO2 sorption of 9.4 mgCO(2)/g

PU-TBP 15.7 mgCO(2)/g and PU-TBA 16.1 mgCO(2)/g). The compounds PU-TBP and PU-TBA presented higher sorption values as compared to literature. (C) 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords Poly(ionic liquids)
Ab inition simulations
CO2 capture
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-coverage Oxford
Language English
Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq)
Hewlett-Packard Brasil Ltda
Grant number PETROBRAS: 2014/00433-7
Date 2016
Published in Polymer. Oxford, v. 102, p. 199-208, 2016.
ISSN 0032-3861 (Sherpa/Romeo, impact factor)
Publisher Elsevier Sci Ltd
Extent 199-208
Access rights Closed access
Type Article
Web of Science ID WOS:000385484100023

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