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    M.L. Occelli,H. Robson
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Bibliographic Information. Expanded Clays and Other Microporous Solids.

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Chapters dealing with pillared clays char­ acterization and testing have been included to illustrate the importance of mod­ em characterization techniques and of test . Expanded Clays and Other. has been added to your Cart.

Chapters dealing with pillared clays char­ acterization and testing have been included to illustrate the importance of mod­ em characterization techniques and of test reactions in understanding the prop­ erties of these materials.

5 Surface and Cracking Properties of Expanded Clays Dried with a Supercritical Fluid M. L. OccellilK. Recent advances in the design of microporous pillared solids with "supergallery" structures are discussed

5 Surface and Cracking Properties of Expanded Clays Dried with a Supercritical Fluid M. Recent advances in the design of microporous pillared solids with "supergallery" structures are discussed. Supergallery derivatives are defined as intercalates in which the interlayer thickness is substantially larger than the thickness of the host layer. Three general classes of hosts are considered, namely, 2:1 smectite clays,layered double hydroxides (LDHs), and layered silicic acids.

Book Publishing WeChat. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Synthesis and Characterization of a Red Clay Based New Composite Ceramic Material. 1992) Expanded Clays and Other Microporous Solids. Ed. Synthesis of Microporous Materials, Vol. 2, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 282-295. AUTHORS: Youness Rakhila, Amine Ezzahi, Abdellah Elmchaouri, Allal Mestari

Other Microporous Solids by .

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ISBN 9780442006624 (978-0-442-00662-4) Hardcover, Springer, 1992

ISBN 9780442006624 (978-0-442-00662-4) Hardcover, Springer, 1992.

by H Robson and M L Occelli. Chapters dealing with pillared clays char- acterization and testing have been included to illustrate the importance of mod- em characterization techniques and of test reactions in understanding the prop- erties of these materials

by H Robson and M L Occelli. Chapters dealing with pillared clays char- acterization and testing have been included to illustrate the importance of mod- em characterization techniques and of test reactions in understanding the prop- erties of these materials.

Поиск книг Z-Library B–OK. Download books for free. Thomas J. Pinnavaia (auth. Mario L. Occelli, Harry E. Robson (ed. Год: 1992.

Expanded Clays and Other Microporous Solids. Robson. Approaches to the synthesis of supergallery pillared clays. Ga, GaA1 and A1 polyoxacations and pillared clays. Optimization of the pillaring of a saponite. Preparation and properties of pillared.

M A weak solid acid like TS-1 with very few strong acid sites, catalyzes secondary .

A weak solid acid like TS-1 with very few strong acid sites, catalyzes secondary cracking reactions that remove lighter components in the gasoline boiling range. As a result gasoline octane numbers, olefins (C3 and C4) and LPG generation increase at all conversion levels investigated. Addition of an air dried expanded bentonite to the FCC produced activity and selectivity changes consistent with a dilution effect. The lack of catalytic activity is attributed to the inadequate hydrothermal stability of this type of expanded clay.

This is an investigation of zeolites and pillared clays, which provides information on zeolite synthesis and a survey of advances in novel zeolites. Other topics discussed include: the mechanism of zeolite crystallization and crystal growth; spectroscopic characterization of reactants and reaction intermediates; chemistry of silicate solution and reaction effects on crystallization products; the role of organic additives in zeolite formation; novel synthesis methods and procedures for zeolites and pillared clay preparation; new pillaring agents and pillared products; and delaminated clays.