10Sep 2017

SYNTHESIZED ZEOLITE ZSM-5FROM COAL FLY ASH ITS MODIFICATION, HARACTERIZATION AND STUDY OF ITS APPLICATIONS.

  • S.G.B. College, Purna-(431511).
  • N.S.B.CollegeNanded-(431602).
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Zeolite is synthesized from coal fly ash were attracting huge attention in current era of research because of their uncomplicated, unhazardous synthesis way. The eco-friendly properties have opened a wide field of applications of using these materials in different technologically important fields such as catalysis, adsorption and gas separation. Hence, the commercial zeolite ZSM-5 with their modified forms which were synthesized from coal fly ash is used to test their applications as catalysts, adsorbents and ion conducting materials. Zeolite synthesized from fly ash is crystalline micro porous alumino-silicates solids containing cavities and channels of a molecular size. The physicochemical properties and the reactivity of the resulting material can vary drastically. The extra-framework species of fly ash aluminosilicates were modified by ion exchange treatments to prepare materials in which transition metal species are well-dispersed, well-mixed and highly accessible to reactants. In order to obtain a comprehensive picture of morphology, sophisticated analytical techniques were performed by various instrumental methods like XRD, FTIR, SEM, BET surface area analyzer,


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[Kapure G.P, Shete S.B and U.D. Joshi. (2017); SYNTHESIZED ZEOLITE ZSM-5FROM COAL FLY ASH ITS MODIFICATION, HARACTERIZATION AND STUDY OF ITS APPLICATIONS. Int. J. of Adv. Res. 5 (9). 303-311] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com


Dr. Shete Sheshrao Baswantrao
S.G.B. College, Purna-(431511)

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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/5330       DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/5330


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