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Issue 27, 2020
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Mechanochemically assisted hydrolysis in the ADOR process

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Abstract

The ADOR (Assembly-Disassembly-Organisation-Reassembly) process for zeolites has been shown to produce a number of previously unknown frameworks inaccessible through conventional synthesis methods. Here, we present successful mechanochemically assisted hydrolysis of germanosilicate zeolite UTL leading to ADOR products under mild conditions, low amounts of solvent and in short reaction times. The expansion of zeolite synthesis into the realm of mechanochemistry opens up feasible pathways regarding the production of these materials, especially for industrial purposes, as well as an exciting application for economical enrichment of materials with the low natural abundance NMR-active isotope of oxygen, 17O. The results from mechanochemically assisted hydrolysis differ from those seen in the traditional ADOR approach: differences that can be attributed to a change in solvent availability.

Graphical abstract: Mechanochemically assisted hydrolysis in the ADOR process

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Submitted
05 May 2020
Accepted
12 Jun 2020
First published
15 Jun 2020

This article is Open Access
All publication charges for this article have been paid for by the Royal Society of Chemistry

Chem. Sci., 2020,11, 7060-7069
Article type
Edge Article

Mechanochemically assisted hydrolysis in the ADOR process

D. N. Rainer, C. M. Rice, S. J. Warrender, S. E. Ashbrook and R. E. Morris, Chem. Sci., 2020, 11, 7060
DOI: 10.1039/D0SC02547J

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