Cation redistribution upon water adsorption in titanosilicate ETS-10

Nalaparaju, Anjaiah, Zhao, George X. S. and Jiang, Jianwen (2008). Cation redistribution upon water adsorption in titanosilicate ETS-10. In: Qing Li, S. Y. Chen, Anping Xu and Ming Li, Recent advance in systems, communications and computers: Selected Papers from the WSEAS Conferences 2008. 7th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer and Applied Computational Science (ACACOS '08), Hangzhou, Peoples Republic of China, (204-208). 6 - 8 April 2008.

Author Nalaparaju, Anjaiah
Zhao, George X. S.
Jiang, Jianwen
Title of paper Cation redistribution upon water adsorption in titanosilicate ETS-10
Conference name 7th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer and Applied Computational Science (ACACOS '08)
Conference location Hangzhou, Peoples Republic of China
Conference dates 6 - 8 April 2008
Proceedings title Recent advance in systems, communications and computers: Selected Papers from the WSEAS Conferences 2008
Journal name Electrical and Computer Engineering
Place of Publication Hangzhou, Peoples Republic of China
Publisher WSEAS Press
Publication Year 2008
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9789606766497
ISSN 1790-5117
Editor Qing Li
S. Y. Chen
Anping Xu
Ming Li
Start page 204
End page 208
Total pages 5
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Nonframework Na+ cations in titanosilicate ETS-10 have been analyzed from atomistic simulation. Based on the binding energies, five types of Na+ cations are classified. Type V cations located in the main channels are substantially mobile compared with type I-IV cations. Redistribution of Na+ ions is observed upon H2O adsorption, in which the number of type-V ions increases while other types slightly decreases. The simulated adsorption isotherm of H2O is in good agreement with experimental data, and three adsorption sites are observed for H2O. As loading increases, the diffusion of H2O initially rises and then drops as largely determined by H2O in the main channels.
Keyword Cation
Water
ETS-10
Adsorption
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

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