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Molecular Sieves - Science and Technology will cover, in a comprehensive manner, the science and technology of zeolites and all related microporous and mesoporous materials. Authored by renowned experts, the contributions will be grouped together topically in such a way that each volume of the book series will be dealing with a specific sub-field. Volume 1 will be entirely devoted to the science of synthesizing molecular sieve materials and include aluminosilicate zeolites, porosils, silica and silica-alumina with ordered mesopores, microporous materials with elements other than silicon and aluminum in the framework and pillared clays.
R.W. Thompson: Recent Advances in the Understanding of Zeolite Synthesis.- H. Gies: Synthesis of Clathrasils.- S. Ernst: Synthesis of more Recent Aluminosilicates with a Potential in Catalysis and Adsorption.- J.C. Vartuli, W.J. Roth, J.S. Beck, S.B. McCullen and C.T. Kresge: The Synthesis and Properties of M41S and Related Mesoporous Materials.- E.N. Coker and J.C. Jansen: Approaches for the Synthesis of Ultra-large and Ultra-small Zeolite Crystals.- R. Szostak: Synthesis of Molecular Sieve Phosphates.- G. Perego, R. Millini and G. Bellussi: Synthesis and Characterization of Molecular Sieves Containing Transition Metals in the Framework.- S.A. Schunk and F. Schüth: Synthesis of Zeolite-Like Inorganic Compounds.- P. Cool and E.F. Vansant: Pillared Clays: Preparation, Characterization and Applications.