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Some of the Modified Natural Zeolites in the Presence of Polymerization Organotsiklosiloksanis

By Kemkhadze, Lali

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Title: Some of the Modified Natural Zeolites in the Presence of Polymerization Organotsiklosiloksanis  
Author: Kemkhadze, Lali
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Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Highmolecular Compounds Chemistry, Chemistry & Allied Sciences
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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Publication Date:
2006
Publisher: Library of Georgia

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Table of Contents
TOC: Introduction - Chapter 1 Literature Review - 1.1. Organotsiklosiloksanebis Piolimerizatsiis Ion Reactions - 1.2. General Description of Zeolites - 1.3 Zeolites Important Qualities in their Use of Catalin Analyzers - 1.3.1. Ion Exchange - 1.3.2. Heat Resistance - 1.3.3. Acidity - 1.3.4. _ Satsruli Molecular Effects - 1.4. General Description of Clinoptilolite - 1.5. Catalytic Reactions on Natural Condition - Chapter 2 and the Work of their Judgment - 2.1. Some Organotsiklosiloksanebis Polymerization Reak¬Tseb Modified Clinoptilolite Used in the initial and Catalytic Properties - 2.2. and Modified Natural Clinoptilolite From Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane Polymerization Catalyst - 2.3. and Modified Natural Clinoptilolite From Heksametiltsiklotrisiloksanis Polymerization Catalyst - 2.4. Homosexuals, and Modified Natural Clinoptilolite From Polymerization Catalyst - 2.5. Modified Natural Zeolite Catalysts in the Presence of the Polymerization Reaction Mechanism Organotsiklosiloksanebis - Chapter 3 of the Experimental Part - 3.1. Review From Substances - 3.2. Clinoptilolite Kationmodipitsirebuli Forms of Production - 3.2.1. H- Clinoptilolite Production Processing Solution of Hydrochloric Acid - 3.2.2. H- Clinoptilolite Production Processing Solution of Hydrochloric Acid - 3.2.3. Clinoptilolite K- Forms Are - 3.3. Organotsiklosiloksanebis Zeolite Catalyst Polymerization - 3.3.1. Home-Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane Polymerization, H- and K- Clinoptilolite Catalysts - 3.3.2. Home-Heksametiltsiklotrisiloksanis Polymerization, H- and K- Clinoptilolite Catalysts - 3.3.3. Home-Polymerization, H- and K- Clinoptilolite Catalysts - 3.3.4. Homosexuals, Trans 1,3,5_Trimetil_1,3,5_Tsiklotrisiloksanis Home-Polymerization, H- and K- Clinoptilolite Catalysts - 3.3.5. Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane H2So4- Polymerization Catalyst - 3.3.6. Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane Koh_ Polymerization Catalyst - 3.3.7. Oktametiltsikloteterasiloksanis and Heksa- Metiltsiklotrisiloksanis Polymerization Catalyst Recovered H_ Clinoptilolite - 4. Conclusions - 5. References.

 

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