faujasite

faujasite

[′fō·zhə‚sīt]
(mineralogy)
(Na2,Ca)Al2Si4O12·6H2O Zeolite mineral of the sodalite group, crystallizing in the cubic system.
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Chem, "Selective mono-N-methylation of primary aromatic amines by dimethyl carbonate over faujasite X- and Y-type zeolites," Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1, no.
[39] figured out the diffusion coefficients of proton jump in faujasite zeolite (X, Y) in temperature between 373 and 673 K about 3.4 x [10.sup.-14] to 3.1 x [10.sup.-9] [cm.sup.2]/s with the jump distance of 4.4 [Angstrom].
There are many species of zeolites, such as Analcime, Chabazite, Clinoptilolite, Faujasite, Ferrierite, Heulandite, Laumontite, Mordenite.
The faujasite zeolite (a structure code is FAU, according to the database of the International Zeolite Association, IZA) [16] is a zeolite that has nearly spherical cavities with a diameter of 12 [Angstrom] connected by windows of 7.2 [Angstrom].
After the analyses, the soil minerals found were: quartz, calcite, sanidine, albite, nontronite, muscovite, montmorillonite, hematite, faujasite, dolomite, microcline, anorthite, anorthoclase, clinochlore and epidote.
Ozin, "Frequency and intensity considerations in the far-IR spectroscopy of faujasite zeolites: experiment and theory.
These tetrahedra are linked together by their corners and make a rich variety of beautiful structures, and they are the basic building blocks for various zeolite structures, such as the low-silica zeolites Na-A (LTA, Linde type A) and Na-X (FAU, faujasite), with a molar ratio of Si/Al of 1:1, which are the most common commercial adsorbents.
Our data indicated the formation of-phillipsite (PDF 000-51-1497), sodalite (PDF 010-88-1190) and faujasite (PDF 000-39-1380).