Physicochemical changes and substantially modified electrochemical behavior have been reported when ionic liquids are degassed with nitrogen. In conventional experiments in aqueous and organic media, degassing with N(2) is commonly used to remove the electroactive dissolved oxygen. However, in hydrophilic ionic liquid media, degassing with N(2) removes not only the dissolved oxygen but also a significant amount of the adventitious water present. Given the low viscosity of water, this in turn ...Expand abstract
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Modification and implications of changes in electrochemical responses encountered when undertaking deoxygenation in ionic liquids.
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