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Li+-exchanged Zeolites X and Y (FAU) from Undried Formamide Solution
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Li+-exchanged Zeolites X and Y (FAU) from Undried Formamide Solution
Kim, Hu Sik; Park, Jong Sam; Kim, Jeong Jin; Suh, Jeong Min; Lim, Woo Taik;
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Two single-crystals of fully dehydrated, partially -exchanged zeolites X (Si/Al
Lithium;Zeolite;Structure;Ion exchange;Formamide;
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