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Synthesis of new zeolite structures

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Abstract

The search for new zeolites is of continuous interest in the field of zeolite science because of their widespread application in catalysis and adsorption–separation. To this end, considerable efforts have been devoted to the preparation of new zeolites with novel porous architectures and compositions. Taking account of the key factors governing the formation of zeolites (e.g., guest species, framework elements, construction processes, etc.), several synthetic strategies have been developed recently. These allow the discovery of many new zeolites with unprecedented structural features, such as hierarchical pores, odd-ring numbers (11-, 15-rings), extra-large pores (16-, 18-, 20-, 28-, and 30-rings), chiral pores, and extremely complex framework topologies, etc. In this review, we will present the advances in the synthesis of new zeolite structures in the last decade, which are achieved by utilization of the synthetic strategies based on pre-designed structure-directing agents, heteroatom substitution, and topotactic transformations.

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Submitted
11 Jan 2015
First published
05 Mar 2015

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2015,44, 7112-7127
Article type
Review Article
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Synthesis of new zeolite structures

J. Li, A. Corma and J. Yu, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2015, 44, 7112
DOI: 10.1039/C5CS00023H

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