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Zeolites and clay minerals as sorbents and molecular sieves

R. M. Barrer

Zeolites and clay minerals as sorbents and molecular sieves

by R. M. Barrer

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Published by Academic Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Molecular sieves.,
  • Sorbents.,
  • Zeolites.,
  • Clay minerals.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementR. M. Barrer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP159.M6 B37
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 497 p. :
    Number of Pages497
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4564818M
    ISBN 100120793504
    LC Control Number77079300

    The clay minerals can also be used as an inexpensive source to synthesize economically competitive zeolites, which present a high microporosity and high CO 2 adsorption capacity. In summary, the main challenge for the use of clay minerals as starting materials to synthesize competitive adsorbents for the CO 2 capture processes is related to its Cited by: 2. Zeolites are crystalline aluminosilicates INTRODUCTION TO ZEOLITES Many occur as natural minerals, but it is the synthetic varieties which are among the most widely used sorbents, catalysts and ion-exchange materials in the world (Barrer, ).

      Activated Alumina as Special Sorbents / References / 7 Zeolites and Molecular Sieves Zeolite Types A, X, and Y / Structure and .   adsorption-technology-design 2 Early commercial practice Modern practice References 1 3 4 7 Adsorbents 8 2 Activated carbons Carbon molecular sieves Carbonized polymers and resins Bone charcoals Polymeric adsorbents Silica gel Activated alumina Clay materials Zeolites Selection of an.

    Handbook Of Molecular Sieves - Structures Rosemarie Szostak. This handbook is the only up-to-date, A to Z compilation of commercial and research zeolites. The volume presents complete patent-researched reference information on structural data, synthesis parameters, and characteristic properties. You can write a book review and share your. The zeolites from the fly ash, i.e., Na-X and Na-P1, can also be used as absorbents of volatile organic compounds. In this direction, Ankowski examined zeolites from fly ash granulated with clay, whose capacity to diesel fuel was – g/g. In addition, the capacity of sodium aluminium silicate and commercial sorbents Eco-dry and dry Author: Magdalena Wdowin, Wojciech Franus.


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Introduction. Zeolites are a large class of highly crystalline aluminosilicate materials, defined by a network of linked cavities and pores of molecular dimensions that gives rise to their molecular sieving many decades, they have been used in numerous industrial applications such as the separation of hydrocarbons and the removal of impurities from gas streams.Cited by: An overview of current trends in the application and characterization of new environmental sorbents is presented.

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McBain [] called these materials molecular sieves, and the effect of this selectivity—the molecular sieve most numerous and the earliest discovered group of molecular sieves are zeolites, which are characterized by a crystalline and uniform pore structure [].Author: Edyta Boros-Lajszner, Jadwiga Wyszkowska, Jan Kucharski.

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