Migration of Ti and Fe from Framework to Extraframework Positions in Zeolitic Materials: Spectroscopic Studies

  • A. Zecchina
  • G. Berlier
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Among the numerous zeolitic systems containing heteroatoms, there are selected in this article only those with MFI structure. The main reasons of this choice are twice: i) in the zeolitic family with MFI structure two members, Fe-silicalite and Ti-silicalite, show very interesting catalytic properties in partial oxidation reactions; ii) the properties of the purely siliceous structure (silicalite) where the heteroatoms are guested has been thoroughly investigated.


Hydrogen Peroxide Solution EXAFS Spectrum Zeolitic Material Partial Oxidation Reaction Coordinative Unsaturation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Zecchina
    • 1
  • G. Berlier
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of InorganicPhysical and Material Chemistry (IFM)TorinoItaly

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