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SSZ-13 Zeolite

SSZ-13 Zeolite

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H+ or NH4+

Product Detail

CAS-No.: 1318-02-1  

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1. Preparation Method

Hydrothermal Method

2. Characterizations

Microporous zeolite, SSZ-13 (NH4+ Form)

Type:

Type A

Type B (Discontinued)

Type C 

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Form:

Microporous zeolite, NH4+

Microporous zeolite, NH4+

Microporous zeolite, NH4+

SiO2/Al2O3 Molar Ratio:

20-30

10-20

20-30

Particle Size:

300-800 nm

300-800 nm

2-3 um

BET:

~671 m2/g

~626 m2/g

~550 m2/g

Pore Volume:

≥0.25 cm3/g

N/A

≥0.28 cm3/g

Average Pore Diameter:

1.0 nm

N/A

N/A

Na2O:

<500 ppm

<367 ppm

<350 ppm

H2O

<5%

<4%

<2%

 
Microporous zeolite, SSZ-13 (H+ Form)
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Type

Type HA

Type HB

Type HC

Form:

H+

H+

H+

SiO2/Al2O3 Molar Ratio:

~15

~20

~30

D50

≤ 10 mm

≤ 10 mm

≤ 10 mm

BET:

≥ 600 m2/g

≥ 600 m2/g

≥ 600 m2/g

Pore Volume:

~ 0.30 cm3/g

~ 0.30 cm3/g

~ 0.30 cm3/g

Average Pore Diameter:

~ 5.0 nm

~ 5.0 nm

~ 5.0 nm

Na2O:

< 0.05 wt%

< 0.05 wt%

< 0.05 wt%

Relative Crystallinity:

≥ 90%

≥ 90%

≥ 90%

 
This product is calcined and ready to use directly.

 SSZ-13-SEM

 

Typical SEM Image of ACS Material SSZ-13 (Type A)

 

SSZ-13-BET 

Typical BET Analysis of ACS Material SSZ-13 (Type A)

 ACS Material SSZ-13 Type B

Typical SEM Image of ACS Material SSZ-13 (Type B) - Discontinued

  Typical SEM Image of ACS Material SSZ-13 (Type C)

Typical SEM Image of ACS Material SSZ-13 (Type C)

 

3. Application Fields

1)     Methanol to Olefins (MTO)

2)     Selective Catalytic Reduction of Nitrogen Oxides (SCR) for diesel engines

3)     Gas adsorption separation of small organic molecules i.e., alkanes, olefins, CO2 etc.

4)     Industrial waste gas treatment, VOC abatement and Air purification (removal of toxic molecules i.e., H2S, SO2, HCHO, NH3, CO etc.)

5)     Hydrogen Storage

FAQs

1. Is the SSZ-13 a chabasite zeolite?

Yes, it is CHA type zeolite.