Synthesis, characterization, and growth rates of germanium silicalite-1 grown from clear solutions.

@article{Cheng2006SynthesisCA,
  title={Synthesis, characterization, and growth rates of germanium silicalite-1 grown from clear solutions.},
  author={Chil-Hung Cheng and Gopalakrishnan Juttu and Scott Mitchell and Daniel F. Shantz},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2006},
  volume={110 43},
  pages={21430-7}
}
The synthesis, characterization, and growth of Ge-silicalite-1 from optically clear solutions are reported. Ge-silicalite-1 is readily formed from optically clear solutions of TEOS, TPAOH, water, and a germanium source at 368 K. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) is used to determine the Si/Ge ratio and indicates that germanium inclusion is typically 30-50% of that… CONTINUE READING