On the role of triethanolamine in the charnell synthesis of zeolites
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Using NMR of elements present in solutions for the synthesis of zeolites, we have investigated the state of solution components. Specific interaction of sodium aluminate with triethanolamine in the starting solution has been found, which determines the results of synthesis of NaX zeolies in the system studied.
KeywordsSodium Aluminate Physical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Zeolite
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