IOLITEC was founded in the end of 2002 and is today the oldest and most experienced company in the field of ionic liquids.
From the beginning on IOLITEC was able to successfully develop in the market. Today IOLITEC offers more than 325 ionic liquids, 180 nanomaterials and 50 key intermediates through its catalogs.
In recent years the relatively new technology of ionic liquids was awarded numerous prices such as the Leibniz-Preis for Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid (2006) from Erlangen University or the „Profiles in Sustainability Award 2010" for IOLITEC. The more than 1200 statisfied customers that IOLITEC served worldwide indicate that ionic liquids are not a laboratory curiosity anymore.
The high technical competence of our highly qualified specialists allows us to rapidly identify the most suitable products that provide the highest performance in a given application in a scientific dialog with our customers. IOLITEC’s independency guarantees the highest degree of objectiveness in the selection of the ionic liquids.

Solvionic is in the business of Ionic Liquids for the past 10 years. Our activity is devoted to the production and marketing of ionic liquids and to the development of new materials and processes based on ionic liquids. We have a well-established track record and our services have always met with great customer satisfaction, with a particular focus on highly pure products.
A part of the Solvionic activities is dedicated to R&D activities. In this context, we assist industrial partners in their projects in the field of synthesis, surface treatments (protective coatings), electrochemistry (energy storage, electrodeposition, electrochromic devices).
Solvionic has concluded several license agreements to supply ionic liquids worldwide (especially those based on TFSI and FSI famous anions). Working on new ionic liquids and new ionic liquid based electrolytes and materials is part of our commitment to innovation.

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The International Journal of Molecular Sciences (2012 Impact Factor : 2.464) provides an advanced forum for chemistry, molecular physics (chemical physics and physical chemistry) and molecular biology. It publishes research articles, reviews, communications and short notes.

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