Catalysts from Hungarian natural clinoptilolite and mordenite

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Abstract

Application of natural zeolites as catalysts has to be considered, if their catalytic properties, in spite of their mineral and chemical impurities, are superior to those of the synthetic ones. H-forms of different zeolites prepared by different methods were investigated, and a suitable catalyst for xylene isomerization has been developed from natural mordenite. Furthermore, the Ni,H-form of natural mordenite proved to be an active and stable catalyst for transalkylation of methyl benzenes at elevated pressures. -from Author

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOccurrence, properties and utilization of natural zeolites. 2nd international conference, 1985, Budapest
EditorsD. Kallo, H.S. Sherry
PublisherAkademiai Kiado, Budapest
Pages601-624
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 1988

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Kalló, D. (1988). Catalysts from Hungarian natural clinoptilolite and mordenite. In D. Kallo, & H. S. Sherry (Eds.), Occurrence, properties and utilization of natural zeolites. 2nd international conference, 1985, Budapest (pp. 601-624). Akademiai Kiado, Budapest.

Catalysts from Hungarian natural clinoptilolite and mordenite. / Kalló, D.

Occurrence, properties and utilization of natural zeolites. 2nd international conference, 1985, Budapest. ed. / D. Kallo; H.S. Sherry. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, 1988. p. 601-624.

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Kalló, D 1988, Catalysts from Hungarian natural clinoptilolite and mordenite. in D Kallo & HS Sherry (eds), Occurrence, properties and utilization of natural zeolites. 2nd international conference, 1985, Budapest. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, pp. 601-624.
Kalló D. Catalysts from Hungarian natural clinoptilolite and mordenite. In Kallo D, Sherry HS, editors, Occurrence, properties and utilization of natural zeolites. 2nd international conference, 1985, Budapest. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest. 1988. p. 601-624
Kalló, D. / Catalysts from Hungarian natural clinoptilolite and mordenite. Occurrence, properties and utilization of natural zeolites. 2nd international conference, 1985, Budapest. editor / D. Kallo ; H.S. Sherry. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, 1988. pp. 601-624
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