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Sonoluminescence spectra in the first tens of seconds of sonolysis of [BEPip][NTf2], at 20 kHz under Ar

Abstract : Following recent works on the sonochemical degradation of butyl ethyl piperidinium bis-(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide ([BEPip][NTf2]) a monitoring of SL spectra in the first tens of seconds of sonolysis was needed to better characterize the formed plasma and to question the correlation of SL spectra with the viscosity. A very dry [BEPip][NTf2] IL and a water-saturated one are studied here. In both cases, IL degradation is observed as soon as SL emission appears. It is confirmed that the initial evolution of the SL intensity is closely linked to the liquid viscosity that impacts the number of bubbles; however, other parameters can also play a role, such as the presence of water. The water-saturated IL shows a more intense SL and a faster degradation. In addition to the expected ones, new emission bands are detected and attributed to S2 B-X emission, which is favored in the water-saturated ionic liquid.
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Rachel Pflieger, Manuel Lejeune, Micheline Draye. Sonoluminescence spectra in the first tens of seconds of sonolysis of [BEPip][NTf2], at 20 kHz under Ar. Molecules, 2022, 27, pp.6050. ⟨10.3390/molecules27186050⟩. ⟨cea-03784748⟩

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