216 Synthesis of Microporous and Mesoporous Materials for Catalysis

Monday, November 17, 2014: 3:15 PM
International 8 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Microporous and mesoporous materials have been extensively used in heterogeneous catalysis. The session provides expert perspectives and covers new developments in the synthesis of zeolite catalysts, mesoporous metal and metal oxide catalysts with tuned porous structures, active sites and morphologies. The talks will highlight key underlying issues for development of porous materials for heterogeneous catalysis: (1) new synthesis approaches for microporous and mesoporous catalysts; (2) development of single-site heterogeneous catalysts; (3) hierarchical porous catalysts and nanosized porous catalysts; (4) multifunctional porous catalysts.

Inorganic Materials

Dongxia Liu
Email: liud@umd.edu

Sunho Choi
Email: s.choi@neu.edu

Wei Fan
Email: wfan@ecs.umass.edu

3:15 PM
(216a) Multilamellar MFI-Type Zeolites: The Effect Silica Sources and of Heteroatoms on Their Properties
Albert Machoke, Isabel Knoke, Erdmann Spiecker, V. R. Reddy Marthala, Martin Hartmann and Wilhelm Schwieger

4:06 PM
(216c) Control of the Location of Framework Al Atoms in ZSM-5 Zeolite
Toshiyuki Yokoi, Takashi Tatsumi and Hiroshi Mochizuki

4:38 PM
(216e) Controlling Polymorphism in Organic-Free Syntheses of Zeolites
Matthew D. Oleksiak, Marlon Conato and Jeffrey D. Rimer
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