SANKAR, G and WRIGHT, PA and NATARAJAN, S and THOMAS, JM and GREAVES, GN and DENT, AJ and DOBSON, BR and RAMSDALE, CA and JONES, RH (1993) COMBINED QUEXAFS-XRD - A NEW TECHNIQUE IN HIGH-TEMPERATURE MATERIALS CHEMISTRY - AN ILLUSTRATIVE IN-SITU STUDY OF THE ZINC OXIDE-ENHANCED SOLID-STATE PRODUCTION OF CORDIERITE FROM A PRECURSOR ZEOLITE. J PHYS CHEM-US , 97 (38) 9550 - 9554.
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The power of combined quick EXAFS (QuEXAFS) and X-ray diffraction as a structural and kinetic tool in high-temperature solid-state chemistry is exemplified by the study of the conversion of Mg2+-exchanged zeolite B to cordierite, a process facilitated by trace amounts of zinc oxide. With a setup consisting of a position-sensitive detector and a rapidly scanning monochromator, time-resolved studies of short-range and long-range order within samples held in excess of 1000-degrees-C are routinely possible.
|Title:||COMBINED QUEXAFS-XRD - A NEW TECHNIQUE IN HIGH-TEMPERATURE MATERIALS CHEMISTRY - AN ILLUSTRATIVE IN-SITU STUDY OF THE ZINC OXIDE-ENHANCED SOLID-STATE PRODUCTION OF CORDIERITE FROM A PRECURSOR ZEOLITE|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry|
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