Preliminary heat treatment of synthetic mordenite leads to an increase in its acid resistance, which is quantitatively evaluated by the decrease in dealumlnation under the action of acid.
Conducting heat treatment in water vapors causes the largest increase in the acid resistance of Namordenite.
Thermal destruction of synthetic mordenite leads to hindrance of ion exchange.
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Baran, B.A., Belen'kaya, I.M. & Dubinin, M.M. Formation and properties of the hydrogen form of mordenite. Russ Chem Bull 22, 490–494 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00854009
- Heat Treatment
- Water Vapor
- Acid Resistance