Iba of zeolites exchanged with lithium for Co <inf>2</inf> retention

E. Andrade, S. Alfaro, M. A. Valenzuela, C. Solis, E. P. Zaval, M. F. Rocha, J. Cruz, H. Pfeiffer, P. Bosch, C. Contreras, J. Baptiste

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A great concern on the global climatic change, partially due to industry C0 2 expelled to the atmosphere, has motivated the search of new materials able to retain this gas. Clays, perovskites, zeolites and membranes have been utilized to trap the C0 2 . Zeolites are widely used as molecular sieves in different industrial processes related to gas purification or gas separation. Synthetic zeolites exchanged with lithium were prepared as potential material for C0 2 retention. A NRA method using the 7 Li (p, α) 4 He was performed in order to measure the the Li contents. With SEMEDS the atomic concentrations of elements as C, Na, Si, Al, K, Ca, Fe, etc. were determined. Zeolites were also characterized by XRD. © 2009 American Institute of Physics.
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Andrade, E., Alfaro, S., Valenzuela, M. A., Solis, C., Zaval, E. P., Rocha, M. F., ... Baptiste, J. (2009). Iba of zeolites exchanged with lithium for Co <inf>2</inf> retention. 339-342. Paper presented at AIP Conference Proceedings, . https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3120046
Andrade, E. ; Alfaro, S. ; Valenzuela, M. A. ; Solis, C. ; Zaval, E. P. ; Rocha, M. F. ; Cruz, J. ; Pfeiffer, H. ; Bosch, P. ; Contreras, C. ; Baptiste, J. / Iba of zeolites exchanged with lithium for Co <inf>2</inf> retention. Paper presented at AIP Conference Proceedings, .304 p.
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