Ionic liquid reconstituted cellulose composites as solid support matrices with good transparency for biocatalytic reaction.

Robin D. Rogers (Inventor), Daniel T. Daly (Inventor), Megan B. Turner (Inventor), Scott K. Spear (Inventor), John D. Holbrey (Inventor)

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Abstract

Disclosed are composites comprising regenerated cellulose, a first active substance, a second active substance, and a linker. Thus, microcryst. cellulose was dissolved in 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride using microwave pulse heating at 120-150°, cooled to 60° to form a super-cooled liq., 20% (based on cellulose) poly(L-lysine hydrobromide) was added therein, homogenized, cast onto a glass plate, the resulting film soaked in water for at least 24 h to leach residual from the film to give a reconstituted cellulose film, showing good transparency. [on SciFinder(R)]
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2007005388A2
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jan 2007

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Ionic Liquids
Cellulose
Transparency
Composite materials
Cellulose films
Lysine
Microwaves
Heating
Glass
Water

Bibliographical note

CAPLUS AN 2007:38602(Patent)

Keywords

  • ionic liq reconstituted cellulose composite solid support matrix transparency
  • biocatalytic reaction
  • polylysine hydrobromide modified cellulose film prepn
  • butylmethylimidazolium chloride ionic liq

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Rogers, Robin D. (Inventor) ; Daly, Daniel T. (Inventor) ; Turner, Megan B. (Inventor) ; Spear, Scott K. (Inventor) ; Holbrey, John D. (Inventor). / Ionic liquid reconstituted cellulose composites as solid support matrices with good transparency for biocatalytic reaction. Patent No.: WO2007005388A2.
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Patent No.: WO2007005388A2.

Research output: Patent

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