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Zeolites are microporous crystalline materials with an inorganic, three-dimensional host structure comprised of fully linked, corner-sharing tetrahedral. Zeolites occur naturally, however some have been synthesized over the years. Zeolites are the aluminosilicate members of the family of microporous solids known as molecular sieves.
Zeolites are widely used as ion-exchange beds in domestic and commercial water purification, softening, and other applications. In chemistry, zeolites are used to separate molecules for analysis. Zeolites are also widely used as catalysts and sorbents. Their structures are well-defined, with adjustable acidity which make them highly active in a large variety of reactions.
In addition to natural zeolite, Alfa Aesar offers series of Zeolites for use in variety of industries.
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