The adsorption of hexenes on CaA and NaX synthetic zeolites is described satisfactorily by the equations derived for the theory of spatial occupation of micropores.
NaX synthetic zeolites sorb all n-hexenes equally well, irrespective of the structure of these hydrocarbons, whereas CaA zeolites display a molecular sieve effect with respect to the cis and trans isomers of n-hexenes with internal double bonds.
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Petryaeva, G.S., Kel'tsev, N.V. & Timofeeva, E.A. Adsorption of n-hexenes and n-hexane on synthetic zeolites. Russ Chem Bull 16, 1787–1789 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00906839
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