Highly water-stable zeotype structure able to withstand hydrothermal conditions
Zeolites are aluminosilicate crystals. Their unique structures consist of well-defined channels and pores. These channels make zeolites excellent choices for a variety of applications in catalysis and adsorption. With their high surface area and porosity on a molecular dimension, zeolites behave as molecular sieves: they allow small molecules to pass through, and stop larger molecules. The proprietary material contains titanium and phosphorus within the framework. The zeotype structure is able to withstand hydrothermal conditions, and contrary to the isostructural SAPO-34, it is highly stable in the presence of liquid water.