Highly efficient synthesis of LTA-type aluminophosphate molecular sieve by improved ionothermal method
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LTA-type aluminophosphate molecular sieve has been successfully synthesized by improvedionothermal method from a gel containing low-dosage ionic liquids. The optimum syntheticconditions of this material are refined. The resultant LTA molecular sieves were characterized byXRD, SEM, TG-DTA, CHN elemental analysis, solution 13C NMR, EDX, TEM and N2physisorption. The composition of the resulting LTA-type molecular sieves is determined to be(Al12P12O48)(C4H9NO)2(C8H15N2+)2(F-)2, for which morpholine together with1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium cations act as the structure-directing agent. The high zeolite yield, as well as the high specific surface area and micropore volume for the calcined LTA-type materials imply that these zeolitic materials have a high potential in applications.
Zhao , X , Zhao , J , Chiang , C-Y , Li , Z , Zhao , Y & Zhou , W 2016 , ' Highly efficient synthesis of LTA-type aluminophosphate molecular sieve by improved ionothermal method ' , New Journal of Chemistry , vol. 40 , no. 3 , pp. 2444-2450 . https://doi.org/10.1039/C5NJ03006D
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DescriptionThis work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 21306072, 21203081) and Development Program of Lanzhou University of Technology for excellent teachers (Grant No. Q201113). WZ thanks EPSRC for financial support to upgrade the SEM facilities (No. EP/F019580/1). We cordially thank the Reviewers and Editors for providing us with valuable comments and suggestions.
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