Investigation of the silica gel supported form of a microcrystalline zirconium phosphate ion-exchanger Si−ZrP and its application in chemical separations
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Structural investigations were carried out using X-ray diffraction and infrared spectroscopy. The bonds acting on the interface between the microcrystalline zirconium phosphate particles and the silica gel spheroids were characterized. The specific surface, the porosity, the pore volume distribution and other physical features of Si−ZrP were determined.
KeywordsSpectroscopy Porosity Zirconium Specific Surface Infrared Spectroscopy
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