Inclusion Chemistry with Zeolites

Inclusion Chemistry with Zeolites : Nanoscale by Design

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Zeolites, with their crystalline microporous structure, are cordial hosts to a wide variety of guests. Traditional absorption techniques, as well as X-ray diffraction and spectroscopic techniques, have contributed to a better understanding of the nature of the host materials' characteristic cavities, cages and channels. The same techniques, coupled with powerful computational methods, have given new insights into the interactions of guest molecules with their hosts. In turn, this has led to new developments in the direction of structure during zeolite synthesis as well as potentially new applications of guest-host materials. The chapters in this text describe modern research in this field, detailing some of the studies on structure direction in synthesis, characterization techniques, computational aspects, co-ordination and organometallic chemistry, photochemistry, and electronic and optical materials.
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  • Hardback | 360 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 22mm | 682g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English
  • index
  • 0792336062
  • 9780792336068

Table of contents

1. Probing intrazeolite space; L. Abrams, D.R. Corbin. 2. Structure-direction in zeolite synthesis; R.F. Lobo, et al. 3. Structural case studies of inclusion phenomena in zeolites: Xe in RHO and stilbene in ZSM-5; J.B. Parise. 4. Zeolite-included molecules studied by NMR; C. Dybowski. 5. Absorbed molecules in microporous hosts: computational aspects; N.J. Henson, A.K. Cheetham. 6. Zeolite encapsulated metal complexes; K.J. Balkus Jr., A.G. Gabrielov. 7. Co-ordination chemistry in zeolites; D.E. De Vos, et al. 8. Zeolite guest-host interactions: implications in formation, catalysis, and photochemistry; P.K. Dutta. 9. Photochemistry of organic molecules within zeolites: role of cations; V. Ramamurthy, N.J. Turro. 10. Zeolites as hosts for novel optical and electronic materials; N. Herron. 11. Alkali-metal clusters as prototypes for electron solvation in zeolites; N.P. Blake, G.D. Stucky.
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