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content material: elements influencing the synthesis of zeolites A, X, and Y / John A. Kostinko --
Synthesis and characterization of a brand new zeolite of the offretite style / Mario L. Occelli and Anthony J. Perrotta --
Zeolite amendment : direct fluorination / Brent M. Lok, F.P. Gortsema, Celeste A. Messina, H. Rastelli, and T.P.J. Izod --
Inorganic cation trade houses of zeolite ZSM-5 / P. Chu and F.G. Dwyer --
Aluminophosphate molecular sieves : a brand new type of microporous crystalline inorganic solids / Stephen T. Wilson, Brent M. Lok, Celeste A. Messina, Thomas R. Cannan, and Edith M. Flanigen --
Crystal constitution of tetrapropylammonium hydroxide-aluminum phosphate quantity five / J.M. Bennett, J.P. Cohen, Edith M. Flanigen, J.J. Pluth, and J.V. Smith --
X-ray structural refinements of zeolite A and silicalite / J.J. Pluth and J.V. Smith --
Neutron diffraction reports of zeolite-A and artificial faujasite / A.K. Cheetham and M.M. Eddy --
A excessive answer silicon-29 NMR and neutron powder diffraction research of Na-A zeolite : Loewenstein's rule vindicated / J.M. Bennett, C.S. Blackwell, and D.E. Cox --
New techniques to the structural characterization of zeolites : magic-angle spinning NMR (MASNMR) / J.M. Thomas, J. Klinowsky, S. Ramadas, M.W. Anderson, C.A. Fyfe, and G.C. Gobbi --
New techniques to the structural characterization of zeolites : excessive solution electron microscopy and optical diffractometry / J.M. Thomas, G.R. Millward, S. Ramadas, and M. Audier --
Compositional adaptations throughout zeolite debris / C.E. Lyman, P.W. Betteridge, and E.F. Moran --
A statistical method of the translation of silicon-29 NMR of zeolites / A.J. Vega --
excessive answer silicon-29 NMR experiences of gallium faujasites and a gallium sodalite / D.E.W. Vaughan, M.T. Melchior, and A.J. Jacobson --
Silicon and aluminum ordering of zeolites : interpretation of silicon-29 NMR info for faujasite and ZK4 / M.T. Melchior --
Synthesis and characterization of A-type zeolites / R.H. Jarman, M.T. Melchior, and D.E.W. Vaughan --
Electron spin echo reviews of the site and adsorbate interactions of paramagnetic steel species in zeolites / Larry Kevan and M. Narayana --
Mössbauer reviews of iron-containing zeolites / Steven L. Suib, Kerry C. McMahon, and Dimitrios Psaras --
steel ion website geometry and oxidation nation in zeolites / T.I. Morrison, P.J. Viccaro, and G.K. Shenoy --
Steric results in nitrogen adsorption through mordenite / D.T. Hayhurst and M.D. Sefcik --
Diffusion in A, X, and Y zeolites / Douglas M. Ruthven --
Acidity in zeolite ZSM-5 / G.W. Skeels and W.H. Flank --
Conversion of C₂-C₁₀ to better olefins over man made zeolite ZSM-5 / W.E. Garwood --
evaluate of a few new zeolite-supported steel catalysts for synthesis gasoline conversion / Gordon A. Melson, Janet E. Crawford, James W. Crites, Ketcha J. Mbadcam, John M. Stencel, and V. Udaya S. Rao --
Intrazeolitic and infrequent gasoline remoted silver atom and silver cluster spectroscopy, photoprocesses, and help interactions / Geoffrey A. Ozin, Francois Hugues, Douglas F. McIntosh, and S. Mattar --
Low temperature water fuel shift job of ruthenium in zeolites relating to its chemistry / P.A. Jacobs, R. Chantillon, P. De Laet, J. Verdonck, and M. Tielen --
Zeolite mediated carbonylation / Patrick Gelin, Frédéric Lefebvre, Boubaker Elleuch, Claude Naccache, and Younès Ben Taarit.
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Ty. As the data i n Table IV show, the fluorine-treated and subsequently calcined LZ-105, Hzeolon, erionite and NH Y a l l have low water capacity as compared to their untreated counterparts. 6 torr) i s appreciably greater than the reduction in oxygen capacity (<20 vol % at 100 t o r r ) . Such a large reduction i n water capacity i s explained by the surface hydrophobicity (loss of surface and structural OH groups) as a result of fluorination. The increase i n delta hexane loading as shown in Table IV also indicates an increase i n organophilic sites for the fluorinetreated zeolite.
1) may be r e s p o n s i b l e f o r the e x c e l l e n t thermal s t a b i l i t y e x i b i t e d by these c r y s t a l s . After calcination i n a i r a t 870 °C f o r 4 h r they r e t a i n e d ~80% o f t h e i r o r i g i n a l c r y s t a l l i n i t y (see F i g u r e 4 ) . A s i m i l a r l y prepared sample of (Na,K,TMA) o f f r e t i t e r e t a i n e d o n l y a 34% c r y s t a l l i n i t y when t r e a t e d i n a s i m i l a r manner• A i e l l o and B a r r e r ( 3 ) have shown that d u r i n g (Na,K,TMA) o f f r e t i t e c r y s t a l l i z a t i o n , an i n c r e a s e i n the K/(K+Na) r a t i o r e s u l t s i n an i n c r e a s e i n the s i l i c a l e v e l of the crystals.
20 wt % alumina bonded. b. Mild steaming followed by NH^ exchange with hot NH C1 solution. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1983. 6 a. 20 wt % alumina bonded. b. Mild steaming followed by NHj exchange with hot NH C1 solution. 4 n-Butane Cracking Test The results for the n-butane cracking test expressed in terms of pseudo-first-order rate constants are tabulated in Table VI. Fluorinated water-washed and fluorinated calcined samples were also tested. Water washing promotes removal of entrapped soluble fluoride compounds.