Crystallographic analysis of dehydrated fully Tl+-exchanged zeolite Y

  • Lim, Woo Taik ;
  • Kwon, Ji Hye ;
  • Choi, Sik Young ;
  • Kim, Young Hun ;
  • Heo, Nam Ho
  • Received : 2005.04.25
  • Accepted : 2005.06.20
  • Published : 2005.08.25

Abstract

The crystal structure of ($Tl_{71}$-Y ($Tl_{71}Si_{121}Al_{71}O_{384}$), ${\alpha}=24.706(3){\AA}$, dehydrated at 653 K and $8{\times}10^{-6}$ torr, has been determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction techniques in the cubic space group $Fd\bar{3}m$ at 294(1) K. The structure was refined using all intensities to the final error indices (using only the 302 reflection for which $F_{\circ}$ > $4{\sigma}(F_0)$) $R_1=0.0602$ (based on F) and $R_w=0.1744$ (based on $F_2$). The 71 $Tl^+$ ions per unit cell are found at four crystallographically distinct positions. Site I' position in the sodalite cavity opposite D6Rs are each occupied by eighteen $Tl^+$ ions per unit cell; these $Tl^+$ ions are recessed ca. $1.45{\AA}$ into the sodalite cavity from their O(3) plane (Tl-O=2.701(15), $3.163(16){\AA}$ and O-Tl-O=$92.1(4)^{\circ}$). The 23 $T1^+$ ions fill site II in the supercage; these $T1^+$ ions are recessed ca. $1.58{\AA}$ into the supercage from their O(2) plane (Tl-O = 2.850(16), $3.156(16){\AA}$ and O-T1-O = $85.1(5)^{\circ}$). The 19 $Tl^+$ ions lie at site III' in the supercage near a triple 4-ring (Tl-O = 3.10(7), $3.39(5){\AA}$ and O-Tl-O = 47.8(9), $95.3(18)^{\circ}$) and the remaining II ions occupy another site III' near a triple 4-ring in the supercage (Tl-O = 2.81(4), $2.71(4){\AA}$ and O-Tl-O = $57.3(8)^{\circ}$).

Keywords

zeolite Y;thallium;single-crystal X-ray diffraction;crystal structure

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : Andong National University