Molecular structure of zeolite ZK-5

Molecular structure of zeolite ZK-5

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Caption: Synthetic zeolite. Molecular graphic of part of the structure of the synthetic zeolite ZK-5. Zeolites are used as catalysts and molecular sieves. The ions within ZK-5 (chemical formula Na30. Al30. Si66. O192. 98H2O) are colour- coded: yellow spheres (sodium), red sticks (oxygen) and blue tetrahedrons (silicate, SiO4). Aluminium ions are not shown. Zeolites consist of a porous, negatively-charged, crystalline, aluminosilicate framework. Positively-charged ions can fit into the pores, which are manufactured to be the ideal size and shape to filter a particular chemical or catalyse one type of reaction.

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