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SYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURE OF A NOVEL LARGE-PORE MICROPOROUS MAGNESIUM-CONTAINING ALUMINOPHOSPHATE (DAF-1)

WRIGHT, PA; JONES, RH; NATARAJAN, S; BELL, RG; CHEN, JS; HURSTHOUSE, MB; THOMAS, JM; (1993) SYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURE OF A NOVEL LARGE-PORE MICROPOROUS MAGNESIUM-CONTAINING ALUMINOPHOSPHATE (DAF-1). J CHEM SOC CHEM COMM (7) 633 - 635.

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Abstract

Mg0.22Al0.78PO4.0.12(C16H38N2).xH2O crystallizes during hydrothermal synthesis into a unique extended three-dimensional (3-D) tetrahedrally-coordinated framework structure possessing two parallel channel systems with approximately circular aperture openings of ca. 6.1 and 7.5 angstrom respectively,the latter of which contains supercages 16.3 angstrom in diameter: these large pores are linked perpendicularly by two types of interconnecting apertures, the minimum diameter of one of which is ca. 3.9 and that of the other 5.4 angstrom

Type:Article
Title:SYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURE OF A NOVEL LARGE-PORE MICROPOROUS MAGNESIUM-CONTAINING ALUMINOPHOSPHATE (DAF-1)
Keywords:CRYSTALLINE INORGANIC SOLIDS, MOLECULAR-SIEVES, CONVERSION
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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