Due to limitations of space only a selection of contents is listed here.
I. Synthesis. Synthesis mechanisms for zeolites and molecular sieves (B.M. Lowe). Structural, synthetic and physicochemical concepts in molecular sieves (E.M. Flanigen et al.). Synthesis of zeolite ZSM-20 (S. Ernst et al.). 5-1 SBU based zeolites (G. Bellussi et al.). Characterization of siliceous zeolites crystallized in the presence of trioctylamine. Part I. (M.L. Occelli et al.). Synthesis and characterisation: of crystalline aluminosilicate sigma-1 (A. Stewart et al.), of FAPO-5 molecular sieves (H.-X. Li et al.), of silicon-rich SAPO-5 (J.A. Martens et al.), and of zeolite ZSM-3 (J. Perez-Pariente et al.). Synthesis of ZSM-39, ZSM-48 and ZSM-50 zeolites (N. Dewaele et al.). Precursor species in zeolite syntheses (J.P. van den Berg et al.). Influence of gel ageing on zeolite nucleation processes (J. Bronić et al.). Synthesis route to zeolite omega (S. Nicolas et al.). Crystallization of large single crystals of zeolite. Part I. (J.C. Jansen et al.). II. Modification and Characterization. Pore size engineering in zeolites (E.F. Vansant). Characterization of zeolites by MAS NMR (E. Brunner et al.). Clusters of terminal groups in ZSM-5. (B. Kraushaar et al.). Alumination of ZSM-5 (T. Yashima et al.). 129Xe-NMR of xenon adsorbed on zeolites (M. Springuel-Huet et al.). The growth of platinum phases within a faujasite matrix (N.I. Jaeger et al.). Interactions of Mn or Fe cations with ZSM-5 (B. Wichterlová et al.). Properties of ZSM-5 type boroaluminosilicates (K.-P. Wendlandt et al.). Mössbauer studies of Fe-containing pentasil-type ZSM-5 (G. Doppler et al.). Quantitative analysis of aluminium in zeolites by 27A1-NMR (C. Fernandez et al.). A1 species in Y zeolites investigated by 27A1 MAS NMR and IR (V. Bosáček, D. Freude). III. Structure and Structural Chemistry. Molecular system organizations in the solid state (V. Gutmann, G. Resch). Electronegativity equalization and solid state chemistry of zeolites (W.J. Mortier). Crystal structures of metal aluminophosphate molecular sieves (J.M. Bennett, B.K. Marcus). Relations and correlations in zeolite RHO and simulations of its crystal structure (W.H. Baur et al.). Monte Carlo simulations of water interaction with a zeolite structure (L. Leherte et al.). Simulation of 29Si NMR spectra of zeolites (F. Raatz et al.). Simulation of hydroxyl groups in ZSM-5 (R. Vetrivel et al.). Relative stability of zeolite frameworks (G. Ooms et al.). Acidity of Brönsted surface sites. (J. Sauer, W. Schirmer). IV. Acidity-Basicity. Concepts of Brönsted acidity related to zeolites (J. Dwyer). Properties of SAPO-11 molecular sieves (R. Khouzami et al.). Basicity and electronegativity of zeolites (D. Barthomeuf, A. de Mallmann). Acidity of highly dealuminated Y zeolites (A. Macedo et al.). Accurate calorimetric determination of the acidity of zeolites (A. Auroux). Generation of acid sites in aluminophosphate molecular sieves (N.J. Tapp et al.). Ion contribution to molecular sieve catalytic activity (R. Szostak et al.). V. Catalysis. Synthesis and catalytic properties of containing zeolites (B. Notari). Reaction between alcohols and hydrogen sulfide on X-type zeolites (M. Ziółek et al.). UV-VIS and IR investigations on the generation of alkenyl carbocations from propene in zeolites (H. Förster et al.). Enhancing effect of hydrogen on acid-catalyzed reactions over AgY zeolites (T. Baba et al.). Probing the shape selective properties of zeolites ZSM-12 and EU-1 (R. Kumar et al.). Characterization of faujasites dealuminated via the (NH4)2SiF6 method (N. Neuber et al.). Hydration of unsaturated hydrocarbons (D. Kallo et al.). Catalytic properties of PtH zeolites (F. Alvarez et al.). Effective conversion of paraffins to aromatics (T. Inui et al.). Influence of the method of dealumination of Y zeolites (A. Corma et al.). Deactivation and regeneration of zeolite CsNaX (J.M. Garces et al.). VI. Catalyst Testing. Catalytic testing of zeolites (J. Weitkamp). Author Index.
The proceedings of this zeolite scientific meeting reflect the growing drive to discover new materials. It is evident that zeolite materials science is in a post-ZSM-5 period - pushed by a massive expansion of new compositions and topologies, and the application of new scientific tools. Four new zeolite topologies were detailed at this meeting. Important new trends were the resurgence of interest in computational and theoretical approaches to explain synthesis, sorption and catalytic data, and the increasing use of NMR and high-resolution imaging.
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