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Dopant-siting selectivity in nanoporous catalysts: control of proton accessibility in zeolite catalysts through the rational use of templates

Gomez-Hortiguela, L; Pinar, AB; Cora, F; Perez-Pariente, J; (2010) Dopant-siting selectivity in nanoporous catalysts: control of proton accessibility in zeolite catalysts through the rational use of templates. CHEM COMMUN , 46 (12) 2073 - 2075. 10.1039/b920648e.

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Abstract

A computational study is performed to rationalize the effect of the organic template molecules used in the synthesis of zeolites on their catalytic behaviour. Apart from being structure-directing, these molecules influence the location of heteroatoms. Molecules bearing acidic protons susceptible to forming H-bonds with framework oxygens show the strongest dopant-siting direction.

Type:Article
Title:Dopant-siting selectivity in nanoporous catalysts: control of proton accessibility in zeolite catalysts through the rational use of templates
DOI:10.1039/b920648e
Keywords:CATION
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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