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Issue 22, 1997
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Generalised route to the preparation of mesoporous metallosilicates via post-synthetic metal implantation

Abstract

A post-synthesis route, through which various metal elements can be grafted onto siliceous frameworks using non-aqueous solutions of AlCl3, Al(NO3)3, SnCl2, Zn(O2CMe)2 Mn(O2CMe)2, etc., is developed as a generalised means to obtain mesoporous metallosilicates molecular sieves with various structures such as MCM-41 (hexagonal), MCM-48 (cubic Ia3d), SBA-1 (cubic Pm3n), KIT-1 (disordered) and MSU-1 (disordered) with superior structural integrity, acidity and catalytic activity to those of materials having metals incorporated during synthesis.

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Chem. Commun., 1997, 2225-2226
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Generalised route to the preparation of mesoporous metallosilicates via post-synthetic metal implantation

R. Ryoo and M. Jeong Kim, Chem. Commun., 1997, 2225
DOI: 10.1039/A704745B

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