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A highly crystalline microporous hybrid organic–inorganic aluminosilicate resembling the AFI-type zeolite

By Bellussi G., Millini R., Montanari E., Carati A., Rizzo C, Parker W.O., Cruciani G., de Angelis A., Bonoldi L. and Zanard S.i


ECS-14, a crystalline microporous hybrid organic–inorganic aluminosilicate, has been synthesized by using 1,4-bis-(triethoxysilyl)-benzene (BTEB) as a source of silica. Its structure contains a system of linear channels with 12-membered ring openings, running along the [001] direction, resembling the pore architecture of the AFI framework type

Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1039/c2cc33417h
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