Zeolite IM-5 : Synthesis, Characterization and Shape-Selective Properties
Objectives of the Research
Representative Products from Syntheses Using MPP
Powder XRD Patterns of IM-5 and Related Materials
13C NMR Spectra of Organic SDA, MPP
27Al and 29Si MAS NMR Spectra of IM-5
IR and Raman Spectra of IM-5
IR Spectra of H-IM-5 with Adsorbed Pyridine
Physical Data of Zeolites Prepared Here
Skeletal Isomerization of 1-Butenea
Ammoxidation of Ethane to Acetonitrilea
Zeolites are an important class of microporous solids that find a wide range of industrial applications of shape-selective catalysts and separation media in the petrochemical industry.
The commercial success of zeolites is largely due to the steady discovery of materials with novel pore topologies that have offered valuable opportunities in developing new process technologies, as well as in improving the existing processes.
Thus, detailed knowledge of the physicochemical and catalytic properties of newly discovered zeolites, together with their structure elucidation, is of fundamental importance is finding the successful industrial application of the materials.