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A Green Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of New Pyridazinium-Based Ionic Liquids as an Environmentally Friendly Alternative

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A green microwave-assisted procedure for the preparation of a series of fifteen new N-alkylpyridazinium ionic liquids with different functionality in the alkyl chain is described. For the first time, target ionic liquids were prepared using standard methodology and under microwave irradiation in short duration of time with quantitative yields. In most cases, the microwave-assisted reaction is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional methods.

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M. Messali and S. Ahmed, "A Green Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of New Pyridazinium-Based Ionic Liquids as an Environmentally Friendly Alternative," Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2011, pp. 70-75. doi: 10.4236/gsc.2011.13012.

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