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Zeolites and Related Microporous Materials

J. Weitkamp

Zeolites and Related Microporous Materials

State of the Art 1994

by J. Weitkamp

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Published by Elsevier Science Ltd .
Written in English


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ContributionsW. Holderich (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages2402
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Open LibraryOL7532272M
ISBN 100444818472
ISBN 109780444818478


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Zeolites and Related Microporous Materials by J. Weitkamp Download PDF EPUB FB2

The International Zeolite Conferences are devoted to all aspects of zeolite science and technology. The term zeolite is to be understood in its broadest sense comprising all kinds of crystalline microporous materials regardless of their composition (e.g. aluminosilicates and other metallosilicates, silica, aluminophosphates, gallophosphates etc.), occurring in nature or synthesized by man.

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Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials focuses on the synthetic and structural chemistry of the major types of molecular sieves. It offers a systematic introduction to and an in-depth discussion of microporous, mesoporous, and macroporous materials and also includes metal-organic Cited by:   Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials focuses on the synthetic and structural chemistry of the major types of molecular sieves.

It offers a systematic introduction to and an in-depth discussion of microporous, mesoporous, and macroporous materials and also includes metal-organic frameworks. select article In situ studies of zeolite syntheses using powder diffraction methods.

Crystallization of “instant zeolite A” powder and synthesis of CoAPO In situ studies of zeolite syntheses using powder diffraction methods. Crystallization of “instant zeolite A” powder and synthesis of CoAPO   Zeolite science and technology has been and continues to be an area receiving great attention.

Increasing interest in the synthesis and the characterization of zeolite and microporous materials is reflected in the large number of contributions. Other areas gaining recognition include novel materials, adsorption, theory and Edition: 1.

About this book Zeolites and zeolite-like microporous materials have been playing an ever-increasing role in heterogeneous catalysis for more than three decades. Abstract. With the development of synthesis chemistry, more and more attentions have been paid toward greener and rational synthesis of materials with desired structures and functions.

In this chapter, the greener and designed synthetic strategies of zeolite materials have been presented. Toward the greener synthesis of zeolites, some effective synthetic routes have been explored according to the green.

ZEOLITES AND RELATED MICROPOROUS MATERIALS: STATE OFTHE ART PARTC Proceedings of the 10th International Zeolite Conference, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, JulyEditors J. Weitkamp University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany H.G.

Karge Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society Berlin, Germany H. PfeiferAuthor: B. Delmon. The book Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials: Synthesis and Structure has pages and is organized into nine chapters including bibliographical references, a part containing proposed further readings as well as an index.

The introductory chapter begins with a timeline of the most important events in the history of porous materials. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials covers novel and significant aspects of porous solids classified as either microporous (pore size up to 2 nm) or mesoporous (pore size 2 to 50 nm).The porosity should have a specific impact on the material properties or application.

Typical examples are zeolites and zeolite-like materials, pillared materials, clathrasils and clathrates, carbon molecular. ZEOLITES AND RELATED MICROPOROUS MATERIALS: STATE OFTHE ART PARTC Proceedings of the 10th International Zeolite Conference, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, JulyEditors J.

Weitkamp University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany H.G. Karge Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society Berlin, Germany H. Pfeifer. Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials focuses on the synthetic and structural chemistry of the major types of molecular sieves.

It offers a systematic introduction to and an in-depth. The term zeolite is to be understood in its broadest sense comprising all kinds of crystalline microporous materials regardless of their composition (e.g.

aluminosilicates and other metallosilicates, silica, aluminophosphates, gallophosphates etc.), occurring in nature or synthesized by man. Mesoporous silica, aluminosilicates and other. Dear Colleagues, Microporous zeolites and nanoporous materials are important from the academic and industrial research point of view.

These inorganic materials have found application as catalysts in several industrial processes in the field of oil refinery, petro-chemical reactions, fine chemicals, drug discovery and pharmaceutical synthesis, exhaust emission control for stationary and mobile.

Zeolites and Zeolite-like Materials offers a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the important areas of zeolite synthesis, characterization, and.

Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials: Synthesis and Structure Ruren Xu, Wenqin Pang, Jihong Yu, Qisheng Huo, Jiesheng Chen Widely used in adsorption, catalysis and ion exchange, the family of molecular sieves such as zeolites has been greatly extended and many advances have recently been achieved in the field of molecular.

This chapter covers the synthesis techniques of zeolite membranes, crystal growth in zeolite layers, microstructures in zeolite films, and various methods used to characterize zeolite membranes.

Zeolite crystal size and shape and membrane thickness on top of the support are measured with scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The proposal of new procedures for zeolite synthesis, the development of novel and sophisticated physical techniques for zeolite characterization, the discovery of new zeolitic and related microporous materials, progresses in quantum chemistry and molecular modeling of zeolites, and the application of zeolites as catalysts for organic reactions.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Progress in zeolite and microporous materials by International Zeolite Conference (11th Seoul, Korea),Elsevier Science B.V. edition, in English.

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Watts A.E., Turrina A., Wright P.A. () Metal Complexes as Structure-Directing Agents for Zeolites and Related Microporous Materials. In: Gómez-Hortigüela L. (eds) Insights into the Chemistry of Organic Structure-Directing Agents in the Synthesis of Zeolitic Materials.

Structure and Bonding, vol Springer, Cham. First Online 27 October Author: Abigail E. Watts, Alessandro Turrina, Paul A. Wright. as a sign of the times the term “ nanoporous ” materials has been applied to zeolites and related molecular sieves [7]. Early History The history of zeolites began in when the Swedish mineralogist Cronstedt discovered the fi rst zeolite mineral, stilbite [8].

He recognized zeolites as a newFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. Zeolites and related microporous materials: state of the art proceedings of the 10th International Zeolite Conference, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, July[J. Super-microporous material (pore size 1–2 nm) can bridge the pore size gap between the zeolites (2 nm).

A series of super-microporous titania–alumina materials has been successfully prepared via a facile one-pot evaporation-induced self-assembly (EISA) strategy by different solvents using fatty alcohol. Zeolites and related microporous materials are used in oil processing and in the fine and petrochemical industries on a large scale.

New applications of zeolites contribute to environmentally friendly processes and refined zeolites such as catalytic zeolite membranes and zeolites containing exhaust-pipe reactors are being introduced.

Molecular Sieves - Science and Technology will cover, in a comprehensive manner, the science and technology of zeolites and all related microporous and mesoporous materials.

Authored by renowned experts, the contributions will be grouped together topically in such a way that each volume of the book series will be dealing with a specific sub-field.

The introduction of synthetic zeolites has led to a paradigm shift in catalysis, separations, and adsorption processes, due to their unique properties such as crystallinity, high-surface area, acidity, ion-exchange capacity, and shape-selective character.

However, the sole presence of micropores in these materials often imposes intracrystalline diffusion limitations, rendering low utilisation Cited by: A microporous material is a material containing pores with diameters less than 2 nm.

Examples of microporous materials include zeolites and metal-organic frameworks. Porous materials are classified into several kinds by their size.

The recommendations of a panel convened by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) are: microporous materials have pore diameters of less than Author: Michael M. Puppolo, D. Höllen, Agata Śliwak, Katarzyna Polak-Kraśna, Tomasz Moskalewicz, Pablo Ramos. Zeolite Microporous Solids: Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity by Eric G.

Derouane,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Influence of the composition on the thermal and hydrothermal stability of AlPObased materials Microporous Mesoporous Mat., 38, () [ Zn Al Si P O 64 ].

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Zeolites are microporous crystalline solids with well-defined structures. Generally they contain silicon, aluminium and oxygen in their framework and cations, water and/or other molecules within their pores.

Many occur naturally as minerals, and are extensively mined in many parts of the world. "Widely used in adsorption, catalysis and ion exchange, the family of molecular sieves such as zeolites has been greatly extended and many advances have recently been achieved in the field of molecular sieves synthesis and related porous materials, Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials focuses on the synthetic and structural chemistry of the major types of molecular sieves.

gives denser materials. KJM V Zeolite types as a function of temperature. 6 The properties of zeolites are closely related to both structure and chemistry Three main characteristic properties: KJM V Microporous zeolite-like materials Aluminophosphates.

Zeolites and related microporous materials form the most important class of microporous solids due to their practical importance in different technological areas.

In spite of the extensive research carried out in previous decades, it is surprising to realize that there is still space for innovation in this area, making microporous crystalline.

Microporous Materials (Microporous Mater) meeting reports, book reviews and a calendar of forthcoming events. the field of organic catalysis over zeolites and related microporous materials. Zeolites are microporous, 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.

The book is meant for someone with knowledge of zeolites and microporous materials. In my view, one of the areas not fully addressed in this book is the enormous cost associated with the templating agents and potential loss of materials during desilication or dealumination.

A review on what is been done to reduce the costs is also missing. Towards a comprehensive mathematical theory for the topology and geometry of microporous materials (J.V. Smith). Application of zeolites in fluid catalytic cracking and related processes (A.

Corma). Zeolites: catalysts for the synthesis of organic compounds (W.F. Holderich). New zeolites and other microporous materials (D.E.W. Vaughan). Zeolites, which are also called molecular sieves, are crystalline microporous materials formed primarily by SiO 4 and AlO 4 corner-sharing tetrahedral building units that form three-dimensional (3D) frameworks with well-defined channels and cavities of molecular dimensions.

The void space within the crystal allows zeolites to discriminate molecules based on their size or geometric shape. A microporous material is a material containing pores with diameters less than 2 nm. Examples of microporous materials include zeolites and metal-organic frameworks. Porous materials are classified into several kinds by their size.

The recommendations of a panel convened by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) are. microporous materials have pore diameters of less.