2000, Volume 3, Issue 5+6
Composites Obtained from Magnesium Clusters and Zeolite 4A
1 National Research Institute of Cryogenics & Isotopic Technologies, Rm. Valcea, Romania
2 University of Sydney, Department of Chemical Engineering, Australia
*Corresponding author: Elena David: firstname.lastname@example.orgPublished: October 2000
Zeolite-supported metal clusters have most commonly been prepared by ion exchange, followed by calcination and reduction. Propre activation and reduction treatments give the highest metal dispersion into zeolite mass.
This work presents composites obtained from metal magnesium clusters and zeobte 4A. It was determined the structure and properties through studies texture, diffraction X-ray, transmission electron microscopy (TEM). These samples offer an opportunity to determine the catalytic properties of metal magnesium clusters.
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