Ionic liquids have been voted the British scientific innovation most likely to influence the course of the 21st century. They are set to change the rules of chemistry forever.
Leading the way are Queen’s University Ionic Liquid Laboratories (QUILL) Research Centre in Belfast, UK.
QUILL won four IChemE Awards last year for their gas clean-up technology.
This week, QUILL have been exhibiting at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition and you can listen to QUILL explain more about ionic liquids in this podcast.
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It must b secondary liq……WATER is the most imp liq on this planet. we can not survive more bereft of it……………..