Enzymes And Green Solvents

Ionic liquids hold potential as green solvents because of their nonattendance of vapour weight and are opening up a burgeoningly new field of nonaqueous enzymology. At the point when stood out from those found in customary normal solvents, mixes in ionic liquids have shown redesigned activity, security, and selectivity. Central purposes of using ionic liquids over the use of average characteristic solvents as the reaction medium for biocatalysis also consolidate their high limit of dissolving a wide combination of substrates, especially those exceedingly polar ones, and their extensively tuneable dissolvable properties through fitting modification of the cations and anions.