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Authors:  (N. Fontanals, E. Pocurull, R.M. Marcé, F. Borrull, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Department of Analytical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry, Marcel•lí Domingo, Tarragona, Spain)
Abstract:
Ionic liquids (ILs) have high polarity, very low miscibility with water, negligible vapor pressure, high thermal stability and relatively high viscosity. All of these features make them good polar solvents for a wide range of compounds. Consequently, ILs have
attracted interest as green solvents for chemical processes, including organic synthesis, and chemical analyses, in which they have been used in both separation and extraction techniques. This chapter reviews the application of ILs in a variety of extraction techniques. It describes how ILs can be used as solvents or modifiers in liquid-liquid extraction, liquid phase microextraction, single-drop microextraction, hollow-fiber liquid-phase microextraction or solid-phase microextraction, among other techniques, or how they can be part of stationary phases, in such sorptive techniques as solid-phase microextraction and solid-phase extraction. The use of ILs as part of extraction techniques for solid
samples such as ultrasonically assisted extraction and microwave-assisted extraction will also be reviewed. The type and role of ILs used in these extraction techniques and their advantages and drawbacks will be discussed. Representative examples of the applications of each extraction technique will also be given. 


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