Process for the manufacture of synthetic saponites

J. Breukelaar (Inventor), F.J.A. Kellendonk (Inventor), R.A. Santen, van (Inventor), Shell International Research (NL) (Inventor)

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    Abstract

    Process for the preparation of synthetic saponites according to the general formula A@@ +z)/n[(Mg3-yMy) (Si4-xAlx)O10Z2] (II) wherein A represents any metal ion having basic or amphoteric properties, M represents a bivalent metal ion having an ionic radius between 0.050 and 0.085 nm or lithium, Z represents a fluoride moiety, n represents the valency of A, x represents a number between 0.05 and 1.5, y represents a number from 0 to 2.95, and z = y when M = lithium and zero when M represents a bivalent metal ion as defined hereinabove, by reacting under solid state conditions a silica source, an alumina source, a magnesia source, a sodium and/or lithium source, a fluoride source and optionally a further source containing A and/or M metal ions and/or a chloride source, at a temperature between the lowest melting point of any alkali fluoride or chloride which is either present as such or which could be formed under solid state synthesis conditions and a temperature not more than 200 DEG C below said temperature. The saponites (constituting novel materials when M represents Ni, Co or Cu) can be used as (catalyst) carriers, e.g. in the (hydro)isomerisation of hydrocarbons.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 1989

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    Metal ions
    Fluorides
    Lithium
    Chlorides
    Magnesium Oxide
    Aluminum Oxide
    Alkalies
    Isomerization
    Hydrocarbons
    Silicon Dioxide
    Temperature
    Melting point
    Sodium
    Catalysts

    Bibliographical note

    Patent EP0317006 (B1) 1989-05-24 ; AU608382 1991-03-28 ; AU2499788 1989-05-18 ; CA1329583 1994-05-17 ; DE3881833D 1993-07-22 ; DE3881833T 1993-09-30 ; ES2041301T 1993-11-16 ; GB8726661D 1987-12-16 ; JP1160817 1989-06-23 ; JP2665676 1997-10-22 ; KR9616700 1996-12-20

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    Breukelaar, J., Kellendonk, F. J. A., Santen, van, R. A., & Shell International Research (NL) (1989). Process for the manufacture of synthetic saponites.
    Breukelaar, J. (Inventor) ; Kellendonk, F.J.A. (Inventor) ; Santen, van, R.A. (Inventor) ; Shell International Research (NL) (Inventor). / Process for the manufacture of synthetic saponites.
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