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Carlos Alberto Ríos Reyes

Craig Williams

Óscar Mauricio Castellanos

Abstract

This paper studies the reactivity of kaolinite and metakaolin in a fluorinated medium under hydrothermal conditions. This path of conventional zeolite synthesis did not yield promising results, although traces of different zeotypes did crystallize, such as the crystal structures Linde type Y (LTY), zeolite Na-P1 (GIS), chabazite-ca(CHA), sodalite (SOD), cancrinite (CAN) and Linde type A (LTA). Other zeolites reported in this study were zeolite ZSM-5 (MFI type structure)and zeolite ITQ (ISV type structure).The non-reacting starting material and the synthe sized products where characterized by x-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, infrared spectroscopy by Fourier transformand thermogravimetric analysis. Theproducts of the synthesis are of interest because they can be used in different industrial applications.

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Keywords

Hydrothermal conversion, kaolinite, metakaolin, fluorinated media, zeolitic products

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How to Cite
Ríos Reyes, C., Williams, C., & Castellanos, Óscar. (2013). Reactivity Study of Kaolinite and Metakaolinite in Fluoride Media under Hydrothermal Conditions. Ingenieria Y Universidad, 17(1), 183-204. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.iyu17-1.rskm
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