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Synthesis of a Single-Crystalline Macroporous Layered Silicate from a Macroporous UTL-Type Zeolite and Its Accelerated Intercalation

Synthesis of a Single-Crystalline Macroporous Layered Silicate from a Macroporous UTL-Type Zeolite and Its Accelerated Intercalation
Atsushi Shimojima, Hiroaki Wada, Masakazu Koike, Yusuke Asakura, Kazuyuki Kuroda, Naoki Kawaura, Yoshiyuki Kuroda
A single-crystalline macroporous layered silicate was obtained through hydrothermal synthesis of UTL-type zeolite with macropores under the presence of acetylene black, subsequent calcination for removal of the template, and selective leaching of double four membered ring units in the UTL framework. Intercalation of tetrabutylammonium ions into the macroporous layered silicate is accelerated if compared with that into the same silicate without macropores, indicating the effectiveness of macropores due to easy diffusion. More information can be found in Full Paper by K. Kuroda et al. (DOI: 10.1002/chem.201701504).

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201702895

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