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Crystal Structure of the Zeolite Paulingite

Gordon, E. Kent and Samson, Sten and Kamb, W. Barclay (1966) Crystal Structure of the Zeolite Paulingite. Science, 154 (3752). pp. 1004-1007. ISSN 0036-8075. doi:10.1126/science.154.3752.1004.

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Paulingite, a zeolite, has a framework structure consisting of 2016 atoms (672 silicon or aluminum and 1344 oxygen) which are in a cubic cell with an edge of length 35.093 Å. The framework has several features in common with the synthetic zeolites Linde A and ZK-5; the main channels are of similar size. We have also located most of the cations and water molecules inside the frame-work.

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Additional Information:© 1966 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Received 2 September 1966. Contribution No. 3414 from Gates and Crellin Laboratories of Chemistry. Supported by grant GP-4237 from NSF. We thank Dr. Walter Meier (Zürich) for his kind discussions.
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Official Citation:Crystal Structure of the Zeolite Paulingite E. Kent Gordon, Sten Samson, and W. Barclay Kamb Science 25 November 1966: 154 (3752), 1004-1007. [DOI:10.1126/science.154.3752.1004]
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