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Magnetochemistry, Volume 3, Issue 4 (December 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Zeolites, porous alumina-silicate minerals, have found numerous applications from catalysis, ion [...] Read more. Zeolites, porous alumina-silicate minerals, have found numerous applications from catalysis, ion exchange, molecular sieving to drug delivery. They have highly crystalline, flexible, 3-D framework structure. This framework is made of almost rigid silica or alumina tetrahedra connected through bridging oxygens. The slow, low-frequency motions of tetrahedral units and ion exchange may lead to a discrepancy between the local and average structure, which is very hard to probe by conventional methods. Here, by studying ion-exchanged zeolite A, we show how Solid State NMR can be used to look for the difference between local and average structure in zeolites. View this paper