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Catalytic and Ion Exchange Properties of Modified Zeolites and Superconducting Cuprates

By Ahalbedashvili, Lali

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Title: Catalytic and Ion Exchange Properties of Modified Zeolites and Superconducting Cuprates  
Author: Ahalbedashvili, Lali
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Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Russian, Physical Chemistry
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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2006
Publisher: Library of Georgia

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Table of Contents
TOC: An Introduction - Part I. Overview of the Current Status of Research Structure and Physico-Chemical Properties of Zeolites and Vyso-Temperature Superconductors - Chapter I.Strukturnye Especially Zeolites . - I.1.Kratkie information About the Structure of Synthetic Faujasite Type Zeolites - I.2.Ctruktura Natural Clinoptilolite - I.3.Tseolity Pentasil Type - I. 4.Vodorodnye Form Zeolites - Chapter Ii.Raspredelenie and Migration of Cations in the Zeolite Structure - Ii.1.Mesta Localization of Cations of Alkali Metals and Alkaline-Earth Metals in the Structure of Zeolites X and Y - Ii.2.Raspredelenie, Migration and Association Pm Cations in Zeolites - Chapter Iii.Kataliticheskie Properties of Zeolites in the Reactions of Oxidation-Reducing Agent-Type - Chapter Iv.Svedeniya of Hts - Iv.1.Osobennosti Structure of High-Temperature Superconducting Oxides - Iv.2.Himicheskaya Reactivity Based Htsc Y and Bi - Iv.2.1.Vzaimodeystvie Htsc Materials With Gases - Iv.2.2.Vzaimodeystvie Htsc Materials With Water Vapor - Iv.2.3. interaction of High-Tc Materials With Liquid Media - Part Ii. Materials and Methods-Dici - Chapter I.Materialy - I.1.Sinteticheskie Zeolites - I.2.Prirodnye Zeolites - I.3.Sintezirovannye Hts - Chapter Ii.Ispolzovannye Sample Preparation Techniques - Ii.1.Metodika Cooking Cationic Forms of Zeolite Type X, Y and Zsm - Ii.2.Metody Processing Clinoptilolite - Ii. 3.Analiz Prepared Zeolite Samples - Ii.4.Metody Synthesis and Analysis of High-Temperature Superconducting Materials - Ii.4.1.Sintez Cuprate Samples - Ii.4.2.Himicheskie Methods of Analysis - Chapter Iii.Metody Study of Physico-Chemical Properties of the Zeolite and Htsc Samples - Iii.1.Issledovanie Catalytic Properties - Iii.1.1.Metodika Catalytic Experience - Iii.1.2.Podgotovka Catalysts and Reagents For Experiments - Iii.1.3.Analiz and Calculations of the Reaction Products - Iii.1.4.Raschet Kinetic Data - Iii.2.Metodika Study of Ion-Exchange Properties of Zeolites - Iii.2. 1.Statichesky Method - Iii.2. 2.Dinamichesky Method - Iii.2.3.Raschety Parameters of Ion Exchange Sorption of Sr2 + and Cs + - Iii.2.4.Analiz Product Ion Exchange Sorption - tables Samples - Part Iii. Results and Discussion - Chapter I.Izuchenie Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Ethanol on Kationmodifitsirovannyh Forms of Y Zeolite - Chapter Ii.Izuchenie Pentasil Type Zeolites (Zsm) in the Catalytic Conversion of Ethanol - Chapter Sh Catalytic Activity Klinoptilo-Ltl Oxidative Dehydro- Tion of Ethanol - Chapter Iv.Sravnitelnaya Catalytic Active-Forms of H-Y Zeolite Zsm-5 and Cl in Oxidative Degidrirova¬Nii Ethanol - Chapter V. the Catalytic Activity of the Modified-Van¬Nyh Cl in the Conversion of Nitrogen Oxides and Carbon - Chapter Vi .Vliyanie Ammonia Adsorption on Zeolite Y and Activity in the Conversion of Ethanol Cl - Chapter Vii. Ion-Exchange Properties of Modified-Governmental Clinoptilolites - Vii.1.Vliyanie Acid and Alkali Modification To the Structure and thermal Stability Samples Cl - Vii.2.Vliyanie Nature of the Exchangeable Cation on the Ion Exchange-ing Sorption of Cesium and Strontium - Vii.3.Vliyanie Degree of Granulation - Vii.4.Vliyanie Temperature Pretreatment Obraztsa - Vii.5.Vliyanie Concentration and Volume of the Washing Solution To Ion-Exchange Sorption of Cs + and Sr2 + - Vii.6.Vliyanie - and E-Irradiation on the Sorption of Cesium and Ctrontsiya - Vii.8.Sorbtsiya Cs + Ions and Sr2 + From A Mixture of Solutions - Glavaviii. the influence of the Preparation Process of the Outcome-Components and the Synthesis Conditions on the Superconducting Properties of Synthesized Samples, - Viii.1.Vliyanie Composition of the initial Reactants on the Parameters of Y-Containing Systems, Obtained By Solid-Phase Method - Viii.2.Vliyanie Way of Getting To Nesverhprovodyaschie Parameters Y 123 - Viii.3.Vliyanie Modes of Heat Treatment on the Ceramic Type Y123 and Bi2223 - Viii.4.Vliyanie Doping Additives Barium and Cadmium - Chapter Ix.Himicheskaya Degradation of Htsc Y-Ba Cu-O and Bisrcacuo influenced By Carbon Dioxide and Water - Ix.1.Vliyanie Water on Y123 and Bi2212 - Ix.2.Vliyanie Co2 on the Superconducting Properties of Y 123 and Bi 2212 - Chapter X.Kataliticheskie Properties of Htsc-Mother-Fishing - Chapter Xi.Epr-Study Received Cl and Super-Conducting Cuprates - Xi.1.Epr-Cl in the initial Study and Modified Forms - Xi.2.Issledovanie By Epr Synthesized Superconducting Cuprates Copper Y123 - Chapter Xii. Comparison of the Catalytic Active-Some Catalysts Studied-Tion of Oxidative Reactions - Conclusions - the Literature - the Application.

 

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