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Zeolite Microporous Solids : Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity - Proceedings : NATO Science Series C - Eric G. Derouane

Zeolite Microporous Solids : Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity - Proceedings

NATO Science Series C

By: Eric G. Derouane (Editor), Francisco Lemos (Editor), Claude Naccache (Editor), Fernando Ramoa Ribeiro (Editor)

Hardcover ISBN: 9780792315339
Number Of Pages: 643

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'This volume is the most up-to-date collection of knowledge in zeolite science, and can be recommended not only for those who are already engaged in zeolite research, but also for scientists intending to do that in the future.' React. Kinet. Catal. Lett., 47:1 'Use it! It constitutes an excellent sourcebook on specific topics of high interest, as well as being a good textbook for students and new researchers looking for an overview of the field. The editors and contributors are to be commended for pulling together a complex and multidimensional filed and packaging it under one cover.' Journal of Solid State Chemistry 100 1992

`This volume is the most up-to-date collection of knowledge in zeolite science, and can be recommended not only for those who are already engaged in zeolite research, but also for scientists intending to do that in the future.' React. Kinet. Catal. Lett., 47:1 'Use it! It constitutes an excellent sourcebook on specific topics of high interest, as well as being a good textbook for students and new researchers looking for an overview of the field. The editors and contributors are to be commended for pulling together a complex and multidimensional filed and packaging it under one cover.' Journal of Solid State Chemistry 100 1992

I. Synthesis.- Some thermodynamic and kinetic effects related to zeolite crystallization.- Organic and inorganic agents in the synthesis of molecular sieves.- Non-conventional crystalline microporous solids.- Molecular engineering of lamellar solids. I. Principles derived from the pillaring of smectite clays.- Molecular engineering of layered structures II. Synthetic approaches to some new pillared derivatives.- II. Characterization.- General overview of the characterization of zeolites.- Sorption of single gases and their binary mixtures in zeolites.- Frequency-response measurements of diffusion of sorbates in zeolites.- Diffraction Studies of zeolites.- Spectroscopic investigations of zeolite properties.- The impact of NMR spectroscopy in molecular sieve characterization I. Low Si/Al ratio materials.- The impact of NMR spectroscopy in molecular sieve characterization II. Investigations of highly siliceous systems.- III. Modification, Reactivity, and Catalytic Activity.- Modification of zeolites and new routes to ion-exchange.- Zeolite framework substitution reliable characterization methods.- Evaluation and tailoring of acid-base properties of zeolites Part 1.- Evaluation and tailoring of acid-base properties of zeolites Part 2.- Catalysis by exchanged cations and zeolite framework sites.- Zeolites in oil refining and petrochemistry.- Composition of the carbonaceous compounds responsible for zeolite deactivation. Modes of formation.- Deactivation of zeolites by coking. Prevention of deactivation and regeneration.- IV. Novel Developments and Vistas.- Molecular sieves with pore openings consisting of more than 12-T atoms.- Chemical bonding in zeolites.- Some aspects of molecular shape-selective catalysis with hydrocarbons in zeolites.- New applications of nonclassical molecular sieve catalysts.- Enzyme mimicking with zeolites.- Microporous materials in organic synthesis.- Concluding Remarks.- List of Participants.

ISBN: 9780792315339
ISBN-10: 0792315332
Series: NATO Science Series C
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 643
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 15.6  x 3.5
Weight (kg): 1.27