University of Mississippi Lands Top 100 Invention of 2014 from R&D Magazine
Congratulations to The University of Mississippi’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry who recently developed a chloroaluminate ionic liquid-based portable plating process for aluminum. Their invention was selected by R&D Magazine as a Top 100 Invention for 2014. All work done with the air-sensitive ionic liquid was done in their LC Technology glovebox. Pictured is Chair and Professor, Charles L. Hussey, Ph.D., alongside Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dr. Li-Hsien Chou.
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