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Zeolite Synthesis : ACS Symposium Series - Harry E. Robson

Zeolite Synthesis

ACS Symposium Series

Hardcover Published: 1st July 1989
ISBN: 9780841216327
Number Of Pages: 662

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This volume is a complete progress report on the various aspects of zeolite synthesis on a molecular level. It provides many examples that illustrate how zeolites can be crystallized and what the important parameters are that control crystallization. Forty-two chapters cover such topics as: crystallization techniques; gel chemistry; crystal size and morphology; the role of organic compounds; and novel synthesis procedures. It offers a complete review of zeolite synthesis as well as the latest finding in this important field. Contains benchmark contributions from many notable pioneers in the field, including R.M. Barrer, H. Robson, and Robert Milton.

Molecular Sieve Science and Technology: A Historical Perspective
Zeolites Their Nucleation and Growth Precursors in Zeolite Synthesis
A Critical Review Structure and Properties of Aluminosilicate
Solutions and Gels Applications of NMR Spectroscopy to the Study of Zeolite
Synthesis Observed and Calculated Silicate and Aluminosilicate
Oligomer Concentrations in Alkaline Aqueous
Solutions Influence of D20 and Alcohols on the Crystallization of Zeolites
Influence of Autocatalytic Nucleation on Zeolite
Crystallization Processes Role of Gel Aging in Zeolite
Crystallization Silicate Species with Cagelike Structure in Solutions and Rapid Solidification with Organic
Quaternary Ammonium Ions Role of the Tetramethylammonium Cation in the Synthesis of Zeolites ZK-4, Y, and HS Stabilizing
Role of Linear Polyamines as Pore Fillers During the Crystallization of Zeolite NU-10 Zeolite
Synthesis in the Presence of Fluoride Ions: A Comparison with Conventional
Synthesis Methods Cancrinite Crystallization from Alkaline Aluminosilicate
Systems Containing Large and Small Cations Nonaqueous
Synthesis of Silica Sodalite Contribution of Propylammonium
Species to the Stabilization of the MFI-Type Structure
Effect of Gravity on Silicalite Crystallization
Crystallization of Pentasil Zeolite in the Absence of Organic
Templates Crystal Growth Regulation and Morphology of Zeolite
Single Crystals of the MFI Type Synthesis of Pentasil Zeolites With and Without Organic
Templates Synthesis of VPI-5
Synthesis of Microphorous Silicaluminophosphates in Hexanol-Water Biphasic
Systems Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Aluminophosphate
Molecular Sieves Significant Parameters in the Synthesis of Large Alkaline-Free MFI-Type Zeolites and AFI-type
Aluminophosphates Disordered Pentasil-Type Borosilicates: Synthesis and Characterization Isomorphous
Substitution of Boron in Mordenite and Zeolite Y Hydrothermal
Isomorphous Substitution of Iron in the Faujasite lattice Zeolite Chemistry: Substitution of Iron or Titanium for Aluminum in Zeolites via
Reaction with the Respective Ammonium Fluoride
Salts High-Silica Faujasite by Direct Synthesis
Secondary Synthesis of Faujasitic
Catalysts Quadrupole Mutation NMR Studies of Second
Generation Faujasitic Catalysts Mechanism of Rapid Zeolite
Crystallizations and its Applications to Catalyst
Synthesis Kinetics and Mechanism of Crystal Growth of Zeolite
Omega Synthesis of the New Large-Pore Zeolite ECR-1 Directing
Parameters in the Synthesis of Zeolites ZSM-20 and Beta
Syntheses and Characterization of Zeolite ZSM-20 Studies on the Kinetics of ZSM-23 Crystallization
High Resolution Electron Microscopic Studies of Zeolite ZSN-48
Competitive Role of Organic and Inorganic Cations Phase
Identification of Hydrothermal Crystallization
Computational Studies of Zeolite Framework Stability
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ISBN: 9780841216327
ISBN-10: 0841216320
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 662
Published: 1st July 1989
Publisher: AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.66
Weight (kg): 1.1

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