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Schmidt, Friedrich; Bein, Thomas; Ohlerich, U. and Jacobs, Peter A. (1984): Agglomeration mechanism during the preparation of nickel(0) and iron(0) zeolites. 6th International Zeolite Conference, Reno, USA, 10-15 July 1983. Olsen, David (ed.) : In: Proceedings of the 6th International Zeolite Conference, Guildford: Butterworth. pp. 151-160 [PDF, 1MB]

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Magnetization measurements have been used to study the reduction process of Ni - zeolites and the thermal decomposition of iron pentacarbonyl adsorbed on NaY zeolites . The Ni(0) particle size distribution in H2»reduced NiNaA, Ni NaX, Ni NaY and NiNaM is bidisperse. The amount and the volume of particles exceeding the cage dimensions increases in the sequence Μ,Υ,Χ,Α zeolites. Particle fusion is found to be the rate determining step. With decomposition of Fe(C0)5/NaY adducts, up to 97 wt.% of the iron particles produced are smaller than 1.3 nm. Fluidized sample bed, inert gas atmosphere and fast heating up to 440 Κ are essential to reach mononodal dispersion.

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