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Grand openings for cloverite

Davis, Mark E. (1991) Grand openings for cloverite. Nature, 352 (6333). pp. 281-282. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/352281a0.

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MICROPOROUS crystalline solids comprise a class of materials whose main uses are as adsorbents, catalysts and ion exchangers. Zeolites, the best known of these, are built from tetrahedral units of SiO_4 and AlO_4 which connect to form crystalline structures with cavities and/or channels large enough to accommodate (or host) guest molecules. The degree of structural specificity achievable with molecular sieves is highly advantageous in the synthesis of materials with precise functions, such as optically active materials.

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