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Itq-47 material, method for obtaining same and use thereof

Other TitlesMaterial itq-47, su procedimiento de obtención y su uso
AuthorsCorma, Avelino ; Rey García, Fernando; Navarro, María Teresa; Simancas, Raquel; Velamazan, Noemí; Cantín, Ángel; Jordá Moret, José Luis
Issue Date9-Sep-2011
CitationWO2011107641 A1
Abstract[EN] The present invention relates to a micro-porous crystalline material that is isostructural with the mineral known as boggsite and to a method for preparing same, said material having composition x X20 3 : z Z02 : y Y02, wherein: X is a trivalent element such as Al, B, Fe, In, Ga, Cr or mixtures thereof; (y+z)/x can have values between 9 and infmity; Z corresponds to a tetravalent element selected from Si and Ge or mixtures thereof; Y corresponds to a tetravalent element such as Ti, Sn, Zr, V or mixtures thereof; and z/y can have values between 10 and infinity.
[ES] En la presente invención, se presenta un material cristalino microporoso isoestructural con el mineral denominado Boggsita y su procedimiento de preparación, que tiene una composición: x X203 : z Z02 : y Y02 en la que X es un elemento trivalente tal como Al, B, Fe, In, Ga, Cr, o mezclas de estos, donde (y+z)/x puede tomar valores entre 9 e infinito; Z corresponde a un elemento tetravalente seleccionado entre Si y Ge o mezclas de ellos; Y corresponde a corresponde a un elemento tetravalente tal como Ti, Sn, Zr, V o mezclas de ellos, donde z/y puede tomar valores entre 10 e infinito.
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