Publications of Sarah Kirchhecker

Journal Article (6)

Journal Article
Grygiel, K.; Kirchhecker, S.; Gong, J.; Antonietti, M.; Yuan, J.; Esposito, D.: Main-chain polyimidazolium polymers by one-pot synthesis and application as nitrogen-doped carbon precursors. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 218 (18), 1600586 (2017)
Journal Article
Kirchhecker, S.; Esposito, D.: Amino acid based ionic liquids: a green and sustainable perspective. Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry 2, pp. 28 - 33 (2016)
Journal Article
Kirchhecker, S.; Tröger-Müller, S.; Bake, S.; Antonietti, M.; Taubert, A.; Esposito, D.: Renewable pyridinium ionic liquids from the continuous hydrothermal decarboxylation of furfural-amino acid derived pyridinium zwitterions. Green Chemistry 17 (8), pp. 4151 - 4156 (2015)
Journal Article
Yang, S. J.; Rothe, R.; Kirchhecker, S.; Esposito, D.; Antonietti, M.; Gojzewski, H.; Fechler, N.: A sustainable synthesis alternative for IL-derived N-doped carbons: bio-based-imidazolium compounds. Carbon 94, pp. 641 - 645 (2015)
Journal Article
Kirchhecker, S.; Antonietti, M.; Esposito, D.: Hydrothermal decarboxylation of amino acid derived imidazolium zwitterions: a sustainable approach towards ionic liquids. Green Chemistry 16 (8), pp. 3705 - 3709 (2014)
Journal Article
Esposito, D.; Kirchhecker, S.; Antonietti, M.: A Sustainable Route towards Imidazolium Building Blocks Based on Biomass Molecules. Chemistry – A European Journal 19 (45), pp. 15097 - 15100 (2013)

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Kirchhecker, S.; Esposito, D.: Amino Acid-Derived Imidazolium Zwitterions: Building Blocks for Renewable Ionic Liquids and Materials. In: Green Technologies for the Environment, pp. 53 - 68 (Eds. Obare, S. O.; Luque, R.). American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (2014)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Kirchhecker, S.: Renewable imidazolium zwitterions as platform molecules for the synthetis of ionic liquids and materials. Dissertation, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam (2015)
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