Iqbaal Abdurrokhman

Doctoral Student at Applied Chemistry

My research will concern the study of proton motion in Protic Ionic Liquids (PILs), a special type of ionic liquids that possess acidic and exchangeable protons.
Ionic Liquids are salts that form at ambient temperature or bellow 100°C and have unique properties such as high thermal stability and high ionic conductivity. Their physicochemical properties can also be tuned by accurately choosing the cation–anion pair. PILs are now intensively investigated as possible electrolytes in next-generation H2/O2 fuel cells, which generate clean electricity and thus represent an important contribution for the transition to a sustainable society. During my PhD studies I will investigate both pure PILs and their mixtures with neutral molecules like imidazole or ethylene glycol. Structural and dynamical properties will be studied by techniques such as vibrational and NMR spectroscopy, impedance spectroscopy, quasi elastic neutron scattering as well as calorimetric methods.

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2019

Protic Ionic Liquids Based on the Alkyl-Imidazolium Cation: Effect of the Alkyl Chain Length on Structure and Dynamics

Iqbaal Abdurrokhman, Khalid Elamin, Olesia Danyliv et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Vol. 123 (18), p. 4044-4054
Journal article
2018

Transport properties and intermolecular interactions in binary mixtures based on the protic ionic liquid ethylimidazolium triflate and ethylene glycol

Negin Yaghini, Iqbaal Abdurrokhman, Mohammad Hasani et al
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 20 (35), p. 22980-22986
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