Well defined CuI(NO), CuI(NO)2 and CuII(NO)X (X = O− and/or NO 2 − ) complexes in CuI-ZSMS prepared by interaction of H-ZSM5 with gaseous CuCl
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In this note an exchange procedure of the acidic protons of H-ZSM5 by CuI ions through reaction with CuCl in the gas phase is described. In the so obtained CuI-ZSM5 exchanged zeolite the CuI ions are in well defined configuration and form with NO mono and di-nitrosyl complexes of high structural and spectroscopic quality. The CuI(NO)2 species are transformed at RT into CuII(NO)X (X=O− and/or NO 2 − ) species which could represent an intermediate in NO decomposition.
KeywordsZeolites H-ZSM5 Cu-ZSM5 NO Nitrosyl complexes NO decomposition
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