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Zeolites and Metal-organic Frameworks: From Lab to Industry: Spectroscopic Methods of Characterization for Zeolites and MOFs

Abstract : Zeolites are natural or synthetic materials with porous chemical structures that are valuable due to their absorptive and catalytic qualities. Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are manmade organometallic polymers with similar porous structures. This introductory book, with contributions from top-class researchers from all around the world, examines these materials and explains the different synthetic routes available to prepare zeolites and MOFs. The book also highlights how the substances are similar yet different and how they are used by science and industry in situations ranging from fueling cars to producing drugs.
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Luis F. Bobadilla, Laetitia Oliviero, Francisca Romero-Sarria, Marco Daturi. Zeolites and Metal-organic Frameworks: From Lab to Industry: Spectroscopic Methods of Characterization for Zeolites and MOFs. Amsterdam University Press. Zeolites and Metal-organic Frameworks: From Lab to Industry, Vincent Blay, Luis F. Bobadilla, Alejandro Cabrera-García, 2018, Atlantis Advances in Nanotechnology, Material Science and Energy Technologies, 978-9462985568. ⟨hal-02479886⟩

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