Progress in Zeolite and Microporous Materials

Progress in Zeolite and Microporous Materials

1st Edition - December 1, 1996

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  • Editors: H. Chon, S.-K. Ihm, Y.S. Uh
  • eBook ISBN: 9780080539775

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The proceedings of the 11th Zeolite Conference has been published in three volumes, containing 5 plenary lectures and 274 full papers. Part A comprises Synthesis and Characterization (99 papers), Part B Catalysis and Environment (102 papers) and Part C Adsorption and Diffusion, Modifications, Novel Materials and Theory (78 papers).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 modeling.

Table of Contents

  • A selection of papers. Part A. I. Synthesis. Directed synthesis of organic/inorganic composite structures (G.D. Stucky et al.). Incorporation and stability of trivalent cations in mesoporous silicas prepared using primary amines as surfactant (S. Gontier, A. Tuel). II. Characterization. The synthesis and characterization of UTD–1: the first large pore zeolite based on a 14 membered ring system (K.J. Balkus Jr., M. Biscotto, A.G. Gabrielov). The nature of the acid sites in mesoporous MCM–41 molecular sieves (A. Liepold et al.). Part B. III. Catalysis – First part. Structure–reactivity–selectivity relationships in reaction of organics over zeolite catalysts (P.B. Venuto). Conversion of propan–2–ol on zeolite LaNaY investigated by in situ MAS NMR spectroscopy under continuous–flow conditions (M. Hunger, T. Horvath, J. Weitkamp). IV. Catalysis – Second part. Influence of zeolite pore structure on catalytic reactivity (A. van de Runstraat et al.). Regio selectivity in the hydrogenation of geraniol over platinum containing zeolites (D. Tas et al.). V. Environment. High potential of novel zeolitic materials as catalysts for solving energy and environmental problems (T. Inui). Modification and stabilization of Cu–ZSM–5 by introduction of a second cation (A.V. Kucherov et al.). Part C. VI. Adsorption and Diffusion. Zeolites as adsorbents and catalysts. The interactive system encaged molecule/zeolite framework (D. Barthomeuf). Methanol adsorption and activation by zeolitic protons (S.R. Blaszkowski, R.A. van Santen). VII. Modifications. Post–synthesis modification of microporous materials by solid–state reactions (H.G. Karge). A new layered (alumino) silicate and its transformation into a FER–type material by calcination (L. Schreyeck et al.). VIII. Novel Materials. Modifications of a pyroelectric detector by controlled electrocrystallization of thin zeolite layers (G.J. Klap et al.). Fabrication, luminescence and photoacoustic spectroscopic studies of the semiconductor nanoclusters in zeolites (G. Tel'biz et al.). IX Theory. Structure of the linear Na32+ cluster in zeolite x (W. Shibata. K. Seff). Supralattices: Another dimension in materials science – theoretical investigation (A.A. Demkov, O.F. Sankey). Author Index. Subject Index.

Product details

  • No. of pages: 2382
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Elsevier Science 1996
  • Published: December 1, 1996
  • Imprint: Elsevier Science
  • eBook ISBN: 9780080539775

About the Editors

H. Chon

S.-K. Ihm

Affiliations and Expertise

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Taejon, Korea

Y.S. Uh

Affiliations and Expertise

Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea

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