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Issue 16, 2019
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Design of organic structure directing agents for polymorph A zeolite beta

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Abstract

Zeolite beta is a crystalline material with layer-type faulting. The two end members with perfect crystalline order are beta A and beta B. While zeolite beta in faulted form is a widely used industrial catalyst, additional applications may be possible with the perfect crystalline forms. We here computationally design chemically synthesizable organic structure directing agents that may aid the nucleation and growth of pure zeolite beta A, excluding the competing product zeolite beta B.

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Submitted
10 Dec 2018
Accepted
22 Jan 2019
First published
02 Apr 2019

This article is Open Access

J. Mater. Chem. A, 2019,7, 9854-9866
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Design of organic structure directing agents for polymorph A zeolite beta

F. Daeyaert and M. W. Deem, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2019, 7, 9854
DOI: 10.1039/C8TA11913A

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