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Zeolite Synthesis: Can It Be Designed?

Davis, Mark E. (1994) Zeolite Synthesis: Can It Be Designed? In: Interfacial Design and Chemical Sensing. ACS Symposium Series. No.561. American Chemical Society , Washington, DC, pp. 27-37. ISBN 9780841229310.

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The possibility of designing zeolites by their controlled synthesis is discussed. The feasibility of creating pore architectures through the design of organic structure-directing agents is described for high-silica zeolites. The first example of such a design is presented. A strategy for building pure-silica zeolites from molecular precursors is outlined. It is concluded that the total design of zeolite structures through their designed synthesis is not currently obtainable but information providing "pieces to this puzzle" are quickly being assembled.

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Additional Information:© 1994 American Chemical Society. Received March 25, 1994. Published in print 16 July 1994.
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Issue or Number:561
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Official Citation:Zeolite Synthesis: Can It Be Designed? Mark E. Davis Interfacial Design and Chemical Sensing. July 16, 1994 , 27-37 DOI:10.1021/bk-1994-0561.ch003
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