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Zeolite Molecular Sieves Breck Pdf Download


Zeolite Molecular Sieves: A Classic Book by Donald W. Breck




Zeolites are microporous crystalline materials that have a regular structure of pores and cavities. They are widely used as catalysts, adsorbents, ion exchangers, and molecular sieves in various industrial and environmental applications. Zeolites can selectively separate molecules based on their size, shape, polarity, and charge.




Zeolite Molecular Sieves Breck Pdf Download


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One of the most comprehensive and authoritative books on zeolite science and technology is Zeolite Molecular Sieves: Structure, Chemistry, and Use by Donald W. Breck. This book was first published in 1973 by Wiley-Interscience and has been reprinted several times since then. It covers the history, structure, chemistry, synthesis, characterization, modification, and use of zeolites and related materials. It also provides detailed information on the properties and applications of various types of zeolites, such as A, X, Y, ZSM-5, mordenite, chabazite, analcime, and others.


The book is divided into 15 chapters and four appendices. The first chapter introduces the concept and definition of molecular sieves and zeolites. The second chapter describes the structure of zeolites and their classification based on framework topology and composition. The third chapter reviews the natural occurrence and mineralogy of zeolites. The fourth chapter discusses the synthesis of zeolites from various sources and methods. The fifth chapter explains the characterization techniques for zeolites, such as X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, thermal analysis, electron microscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance, and adsorption measurements. The sixth chapter deals with the ion exchange properties of zeolites and their effects on structure and stability. The seventh chapter examines the adsorption phenomena in zeolites and their applications in gas separation, purification, drying, and storage. The eighth chapter explores the catalytic properties of zeolites and their applications in petroleum refining, petrochemicals, fine chemicals, environmental catalysis, and biomass conversion. The ninth chapter presents the modification methods for zeolites, such as dealumination, steaming, acid leaching, impregnation, ion implantation, and surface functionalization. The tenth chapter describes the formation and properties of non-framework species in zeolites, such as water molecules, hydroxyl groups, cations, anions, clusters, complexes, radicals, and defects. The eleventh chapter surveys the related materials to zeolites,


such as aluminophosphates (AlPOs), silicoaluminophosphates (SAPOs), metalloaluminophosphates (MeAPOs), metallosilicates (MeSis), clathrasils (SiO2), mesoporous materials (MCMs), microporous carbons (CMKs), metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), covalent organic frameworks (COFs), porous polymers (PPs), and hybrid organic-inorganic materials (HOIMs). The twelfth chapter summarizes the current status and future prospects of zeolite science and technology. The thirteenth chapter provides a glossary of terms used in zeolite literature. The four appendices list the data on crystal structures,


X-ray powder patterns,


adsorption isotherms,


and ion exchange capacities of various zeolites.


The book is written in a clear and concise style with numerous figures,


tables,


equations,


and references. It is suitable for students,


researchers,


engineers,


and practitioners who are interested in learning more about zeolites and their applications. It is also a valuable reference for anyone who wants to download a pdf version of this classic book. c481cea774


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