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Chemical interactions in zeolites

Chemical interactions in zeolites

proceedings of a joint discussion meeting, Bremen (F.R.G.), June 18 and 19, 1987

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam .
Written in English


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Statementedited by G. Schulz-Ekloff.
SeriesCatalysis today -- vol. 3 no. 1
ContributionsSchulz-Ekloff, G.
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Open LibraryOL14328511M

The chemical interaction between plasma-excited nitrogen and the HY (decationated Y-type zeolite) surface has been studied by IR spectroscopy, XPS and temperature-programmed desorption (TPD). When the plasma-excited nitrogen was exposed to the HY sample at room temperature, the decrease in the intensities of the OHCited by: 1. Evolution of the Structure and Texture of a Type 4A Molecular Sieve in the Course of Thermal Treatments between ° and °C J. L. THOMAS, M. MANGE, .

High silica Y and ZSM-5 zeolites (with a SiO 2 /Al 2 O 3 ratio of and , respectively) were selected as model sorbents. FTIR and SS-NMR spectroscopy were used to study the type and strength of the host−guest interactions between the molecules and the zeolite by: 7. Indeed, the value of zeolites used in petroleum refining as catalysts and in detergents as water softeners is estimated at $ billion per year. A major current goal in zeolite chemistry is to create a structure in which metal ions and functionalizable organic units make up an integral part of the framework.

  A detailed understanding of reaction pathways in zeolite solid acids requires knowledge about the structure and thermochemistry of all chemical species which could potentially exist along the reaction coordinate. Because some high-silica zeolites, such as H-ZSM-5, consist of a collection of nearly identical, Brønsted-acid sites, equal in concentration to Cited by: Supramolecular chemistry is the domain of chemistry concerning chemical systems composed of a discrete number of strength of the forces responsible for spatial organization of the system range from weak intermolecular forces, electrostatic charge, or hydrogen bonding to strong covalent bonding, provided that the electronic coupling strength remains small relative .


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CHEMICAL INTERACTIONS IN ZEOLITES Proceedings of a Joint Discussion Meeting June select article I.R. spectroscopic characterization of zeolite catalysts for the shape selective.

Written by a highly experienced and internationally renowned team from around the world, Chemistry of Silica and Zeolite-Based Materialsis ideal for chemists, materials scientists, chemical engineers, physicists, biologists, biomedical sciences, environmental scientists, toxicologists, and pharma scientists.

Study of the interactions between zeolites and occluded structure directing agents for enhancing the catalytic properties of these materials. Metal-substituted (Ti in particular) molecular sieves for selective oxidations.

Design of zeolite materials for improving catalytic performance in hydrocarbon transformations. Toward the greener synthesis of zeolites, some effective synthetic routes have been explored according to the green chemical synthesis principles and the organic-template-free synthesis, solvent-free synthesis, low toxic and cheap organic-template-directed synthesis.

We present an embedded cluster approach for modeling interactions in zeolites and an application of this model to the study of NH3 and NH4+ adsorption in chabazite.

This model utilizes the SCREEP (surface charge representation of the electrostatic embedding potential) formalism to include an accurate description of the Madelung potential in quantum mechanical by: Zeolites occur in nature and have been known for almost years as alumino­ silicate minerals.

Examples are clinoptilolite, mordenite, offretite, ferrierite, erionite and chabazite. Today, most of these and many other zeolites are of great interest in heterogeneous catalysis, yet their naturally.

Purchase Chemistry of Silica and Zeolite-Based Materials, Volume 2 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  His research interests comprise: synthesis of zeolites, mesoporous and novel nano-structured materials, physical chemistry of sorption and catalysis, and investigation of the role of porous catalysts in transformations of hydrocarbons and their derivatives.

Jiri Cejka is co-author of about research papers and co-editor of 5 s: 1. hapter 1. Atoms CHAPTER 1 Atoms Chapter Outline INSIDE THE ATOM MODERN ATOMIC THEORY REFERENCES What could this hilly blue surface possibly be.

Do you have any idea. The answer is a single atom of the element. This review article describes the structure of zeolites starting from atomic level to the complex networks of channels and voids that permeate the material.

The chemistry within the material is outlined relating it to its crystal structure. The resulting properties are described relating them to the crystal structure and the chemistry.

Finally, the applications of the material are summarised Cited by: 9. of zeolites is that given by W. Bragg in "Atomic Structure of Minerals" published in by Cornell University Press. In the last decade, renewed interest in zeolites has led to the determination of the crystal structures of more than a dozen zeolites, and the time is ripe for a new summary.

Classifica tion of structures serves two purposes. (a) Industrial use. The zeolite X is commercially available as Molecular Sieve 13X (sodium form) and 10X (calcium form). Molecular sieve 13X contributes to gas purification, being able to scavenge larger molecules containing sulfur and nitrogen.

It has also been used for air-enrichment and in sealed window units. In addition to zeolite analysis, xenon chemical shifts were used to examine the pore geometry and chemical surroundings. This also fits the discussion of the guest-host interaction study.

Additional visual aids could improve understanding in this chapter. It has been shown for the first time by the method of IR-spectroscopy that a chemical interaction takes place between the main centers of natural zeolite and carboxylic groups of aminoacetic acid in the process of their mechanic-chemical activation, as well as the formation of a coordination bond between the aluminum atoms of its lattice and Cited by: 8.

Zeolites are microporous, hydrated aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as commercial adsorbents and catalysts.

The term zeolite was originally coined in by Swedish mineralogist Axel Fredrik Cronstedt, who observed that rapidly heating the material, believed to have been stilbite, produced large amounts of steam from water that had been adsorbed by the material.

Chemical modification of zeolite with FeCl 3 solutions is defined by the parameter system: pH solution, ionic strength of the solution, oxidation-reduction conditions, Interactions of natural high-silica zeolites (e.g. clinoptilolite, heulandite, mordenite, Help us write another book on this subject and reach those by: Chapter 2.

Chemical Compounds and Bonds Chapter 3. Chemical Reactions Timelines in Science Chapter 4. Solutions Chapter 5. Carbon in Life and Materials. Simulations: Build an Atom Mixing Alloys 3-D Carbon Molecules.

Visualizations: Radioactive Decay Ionic and Covalent Bonds Polar Electron Cloud Concentration and Reaction Rate Endothermic and Exothermic Reations. Chapter 1: Structural Chemistry and Properties of Zeolites the correct chemical environment of the entire zeolite beta crystal is taken into account, allowing for an accurate determination of.

Zeolites with their interesting molecular sieving functions, large surface areas, controlled host–substrate interactions, and catalytic properties have always been considered of interest for being utilized in membrane configurations and operations [14].

Zeolites are three-dimensional, microporous crystalline materials with well-defined structures of voids and channels of discrete. Book Description: Zeolites are natural or synthetic materials with porous chemical structures that are valuable due to their absorptive and catalytic qualities.

Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are manmade organometallic polymers with similar porous structures. Nonpolar Solvent Effect by CH-π Interaction inside Zeolites: Characterization, Mechanism and Concept Article in Chemical Communications 54(95) .Chemical Physics Letters(), DOI: /S(95) Eike Brunner.

Solid state NMR — a powerful tool for the investigation of surface hydroxyl groups in zeolites and their interactions with adsorbed probe molecules. Purchase Zeolites: A Refined Tool for Designing Catalytic Sites, Volume 97 - 1st Edition.

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