Physicochemical Properties of LiFSI Solutions II: LiFSI with Water, MTBE, and Anisole

  1. Johannes Neuhaus
  2. Erik von Harbou
  3. Hans Hasse

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Description: This article is the second in a series in which the thermodynamic properties of solutions of lithium bis(fluorosulfonylimide (LiFSI) are investigated. The solvents that are considered here are methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) and water (H2O), which are good solvents for LiFSI, and anisole, which is an antisolvent for LiFSI. The solubility of LiFSI in MTBE, as well as in the binary solvent mixture MTBE-anisole, was measured at temperatures of between 283 and 303 K and concentrations of LiFSI of up to 0.47 mol mol(-1). Furthermore, the liquid-liquid equilibrium of the system LiFSI-MTBE-H2O was studied at 293 K and ambient pressure. Moreover, the density and shear viscosity of solutions of LiFSI in MTBE were studied at temperatures between 273 and 308 K and concentrations of LiFSI up to 0.4 mol mol(-1).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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