Nucleation of silicalite precursors during synthesis

B.M. Szyja, R.A. Santen, van

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Abstract

This study is a part of ongoing research focused on the formation of the silicalite (siliceous zeolite) which is one of the most commonly studied cases. Our goal is to explain the role of molecular recognition mechanism during the formation of nanoslabs from Si33 precursors. The crucial role seems to be that of SDA-precursor interaction. We have also Cound that water shell layers surrounding the silica species can be distinguished. There is only attractive interaction between positively charged template molecule and silica oligomers, when the latter carries a significant charge.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropaCat IX, Catalysis for a Sustainable World : 30th August - 4th September 2009, Salamanca, Spain : abstracts
PagesP10-41-
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Eventconference; EuropaCat IX : Catalysis for a sustainable world; 2009-08-30; 2009-09-04 -
Duration: 30 Aug 20094 Sep 2009

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Conferenceconference; EuropaCat IX : Catalysis for a sustainable world; 2009-08-30; 2009-09-04
Period30/08/094/09/09
OtherEuropaCat IX : Catalysis for a sustainable world

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Silicon Dioxide
Nucleation
Zeolites
Molecular recognition
Oligomers
Molecules
Water

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Szyja, B. M., & Santen, van, R. A. (2009). Nucleation of silicalite precursors during synthesis. In EuropaCat IX, Catalysis for a Sustainable World : 30th August - 4th September 2009, Salamanca, Spain : abstracts (pp. P10-41-)
Szyja, B.M. ; Santen, van, R.A. / Nucleation of silicalite precursors during synthesis. EuropaCat IX, Catalysis for a Sustainable World : 30th August - 4th September 2009, Salamanca, Spain : abstracts. 2009. pp. P10-41-
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