By M.M.J. Treacy
Number of Simulated XRD Powder styles for Zeolites serves as a resource of reference styles for natural zeolite stages. the information can be priceless in setting up the structural purity of experimental levels and in indexing their diffraction styles. the data also will relief within the choice of adjustments within the lattice parameters with altering composition, assessing most well-liked orientation results, history review, and line broadening. additionally incorporated are diffraction styles of numerous universal dense silicate levels to facilitate their detection in combined section synthesis.
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T. Wilson and R. M. Kirchner, Zeolites 15 460–469 (1995). 4 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 0 10 20 2 theta (°) 30 40 50 AlPO–52, Calcined, Rehydrated AFT AFX SAPO–56 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: [Si5 Al23 P20 O96 ] REFINED COMPOSITION: [Al24 P24 O96 ] CRYSTAL DATA: P 31c (No. 219 REFERENCE: N. K. McGuire, C. S. Blackwell, C. A. Bateman, S. T. Wilson and R. M. Kirchner, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 28 125–137 (1999). 7 | [Co3 Al5 P8 O32 ] (C3 H7 )2 NH = di-n-propylamine REFINED COMPOSITION: |(C4 N)6 | [Al6 Co2 P8 O32 ] CRYSTAL DATA: P 3 (No.
M. Meier and R. M. Kirchner, Solid State Ionics 43 93–102 (1990). 6 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 0 10 20 2 theta (°) 30 40 50 AlPO–C, Dehydrated APC APD AlPO–D CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: [Al16 P16 O64 ] REFINED COMPOSITION: [Al16 P16 O64 ] CRYSTAL DATA: P ca21 (No. 115; At T = 100◦ C. REFERENCE: E. B. Keller, W. M. Meier and R. M. Kirchner, Solid State Ionics 43 93–102 (1990). 1 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 0 10 20 2 theta (°) 30 40 50 AlPO–D APD AST Quinuclidine AlPO–16 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: |(C7 H13 N)4 (H2 O)16 | [Al20 P20 O80 ] C7 H13 N = quinuclidine REFINED COMPOSITION: |(C7 H13 N)4 | [Al20 P20 O80 ] CRYSTAL DATA: F 23 (No.
M. Kirchner, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 28 125–137 (1999). 7 | [Co3 Al5 P8 O32 ] (C3 H7 )2 NH = di-n-propylamine REFINED COMPOSITION: |(C4 N)6 | [Al6 Co2 P8 O32 ] CRYSTAL DATA: P 3 (No. 071 REFERENCE: J. M. Bennett and B. K. Marcus, in Innovations in Zeolite Material Science (Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. No. 37 ) Ed. by P. J. Grobet, W. J. Mortier, E. F. Vansant and G. Schulz-Ekloﬀ (Elsevier: Amsterdam) 269–279 (1988). and J. M. Bennett, Private communication. 2 0 5 10 15 20 25 0 10 20 2 theta (°) 30 40 50 Di-n-propylamine CoAPO–50 AFY AHT AlPO – H2 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: |(H2 O)4 | [Al6 P6 O24 ] REFINED COMPOSITION: |(H2 O)4 | [Al6 P6 O24 ] CRYSTAL DATA: P 1121 (No.