Anja-Verena Mudring speaks at the Sustainable Energy Symposium at Chalmers
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Talk “Tuning Interfaces with Ionic Liquids”, ASMCS – Symposium on Surface Chemistry and Materials Science, Stockholm, Sweden
Talk “Luminescent and Magnetic Ionic Liquids”, Terrae Rarae, Tuebingen, Germany
Seminar “Ionic Liquids for Green Manufacturing Of Nanomaterials”, University Bern, Switzerland
Seminar “Ionic Liquids as Versatile Functional Materials”, CNRS Lyon, France
Seminar on “Green Chemistry” at the Karlskoga Science Camp on Aug. 3 2017!
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Talk “Rare Earth Chemistry in Ionic Liquids”, 28th Rare Earth Research Conference, Symposium in memory of Karl A. Gschneidner, Ames, IA, USA
Talk “Ionic Liquids for Materials Chemistry”, Inorganic Days, Nynäshamn, Sweden
06. June 2017
Rare earth recycling: How can we keep our gadgets sustainable?
Our reliance on rare earth elements in our gadget-hungry world is growing, but their supply is far from secure. Libby Peake learns about the environmental costs of mining the materials and increasing efforts to recycle them
In another CMI project, researchers are using ionic liquids – or ‘molten salts’, which are often used as solvents and are considered safer than alternatives – to separate rare earth elements. Scientist Anja Mudring, who is leading the project, explains: “We are tuning the ionic liquids in such a way that they dissolve rare-earth oxides and then we’re using electrodeposition, where electricity is run through a liquid to create a chemical change, to get the rare earth in metal form.
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Talk “Smart Materials from Ionic Liquids for Energy Applications”, Swedish Royal Academy of Science
Anja-Verena Mudring speaks at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Ionic Liquids for Energy-related Applications.
“Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Perovskite SrSnO3 Nanocrystals in Ionic Liquids for Photocatalytic Applications”, 41th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, Daytona, FL, USA.