Intergrowth structure and aluminium zoning of a zeolite ZSM-5 crystal as resolved by synchrotron-based micro X-ray diffraction imaging.

@article{Ristanovi2013IntergrowthSA,
  title={Intergrowth structure and aluminium zoning of a zeolite ZSM-5 crystal as resolved by synchrotron-based micro X-ray diffraction imaging.},
  author={Zoran Ristanovi{\'c} and Jan P Hofmann and Upakul Deka and Tobias Urs Sch{\"u}lli and Marcus Rohnke and Andrew M Beale and Bert M Weckhuysen},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2013},
  volume={52 50},
  pages={
          13382-6
        }
}
Zeolites represent an important group of heterogeneous catalysts and are heavily used in the petrochemical and refining industries.[1] Since their discovery, zeolites with MFI topology, namely ZSM-5, have been utilized in a number of large-scale industrial applications. The unique combination of acidic properties and pore architecture[2] enabled their use as solid acid catalysts in the alkylation of arenes,[3] the oligomerization of light olefins,[4] and the methanol-to-hydrocarbon reaction.[5… CONTINUE READING
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