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By Ch. Baerlocher

ISBN-10: 0444507019

ISBN-13: 9780444507013

Content material:
Preface

, Pages 1-2
Introduction and Explanatory Notes

, Pages 3-18
ABW

, Pages 20-21
ACO

, Pages 22-23
AEI

, Pages 24-25
AEL

, Pages 26-27
AEN

, Pages 28-29
AET

, Pages 30-31
AFG

, Pages 32-33
AFI

, Pages 34-35
AFN

, Pages 36-37
AFO

, Pages 38-39
AFR

, Pages 40-41
AFS

, Pages 42-43
AFT

, Pages 44-45
AFX

, Pages 46-47
AFY

, Pages 48-49
AHT

, Pages 50-51
ANA

, Pages 52-53
APC

, Pages 54-55
APD

, Pages 56-57
AST

, Pages 58-59
ASV

, Pages 60-61
ATN

, Pages 62-63
ATO

, Pages 64-65
ATS

, Pages 66-67
ATT

, Pages 68-69
ATV

, Pages 70-71
AWO

, Pages 72-73
AWW

, Pages 74-75
*BEA

, Pages 76-77
BIK

, Pages 78-79
BOG

, Pages 80-81
BPH

, Pages 82-83
BRE

, Pages 84-85
CAN

, Pages 86-87
CAS

, Pages 88-89
CFI

, Pages 90-91
CGF

, Pages 92-93
CGS

, Pages 94-95
CHA

, Pages 96-97
-CHI

, Pages 98-99
-CLO

, Pages 100-101
CON

, Pages 102-103
CZP

, Pages 104-105
DAC

, Pages 106-107
DDR

, Pages 108-109
DFO

, Pages 110-111
DFT

, Pages 112-113
DFT

, Pages 113-114
DOH

, Pages 114-115
DON

, Pages 116-117
EAB

, Pages 118-119
EDI

, Pages 120-121
EMT

, Pages 122-123
EPI

, Pages 124-125
ERI

, Pages 126-127
ESV

, Pages 128-129
EUO

, Pages 130-131
FAU

, Pages 132-133
FER

, Pages 134-135
FRA

, Pages 136-137
GIS

, Pages 138-139
GME

, Pages 140-141
GON

, Pages 142-143
GOO

, Pages 144-145
HEU

, Pages 146-147
IFR

, Pages 148-149
ISV

, Pages 150-151
ITE

, Pages 152-153
JBW

, Pages 154-155
KFI

, Pages 156-157
LAU

, Pages 158-159
LEV

, Pages 160-161
LIO

, Pages 162-163
LOS

, Pages 164-165
LOV

, Pages 166-167
LTA

, Pages 168-169
LTL

, Pages 170-171
LTN

, Pages 172-173
MAZ

, Pages 174-175
MEI

, Pages 176-177
MEL

, Pages 178-179
MEP

, Pages 180-181
MER

, Pages 182-183
MFI

, Pages 184-185
MFS

, Pages 186-187
MON

, Pages 188-189
MOR

, Pages 190-191
MSO

, Pages 192-193
MTF

, Pages 194-195
MTN

, Pages 196-197
MTT

, Pages 198-199
MTW

, Pages 200-201
MWW

, Pages 202-203
NAT

, Pages 204-205
NES

, Pages 206-207
NON

, Pages 208-209
OFF

, Pages 210-211
OSI

, Pages 212-213
OSO

, Pages 214-215
-PAR

, Pages 216-217
PAU

, Pages 218-219
PHI

, Pages 220-221
RHO

, Pages 222-223
-RON

, Pages 224-225
RSN

, Pages 226-227
RTE

, Pages 228-229
RTH

, Pages 230-231
RUT

, Pages 232-233
SAO

, Pages 234-235
SAS

, Pages 236-237
SAT

, Pages 238-239
SAV

, Pages 240-241
SBE

, Pages 242-243
SBS

, Pages 244-245
SBT

, Pages 246-247
SFE

, Pages 248-249
SFF

, Pages 250-251
SGT

, Pages 252-253
SOD

, Pages 254-255
STF

, Pages 256-257
STI

, Pages 258-259
STT

, Pages 260-261
TER

, Pages 262-263
THO

, Pages 264-265
TON

, Pages 266-267
TSC

, Pages 268-269
VET

, Pages 270-271
VFI

, Pages 272-273
VNI

, Pages 274-275
VSV

, Pages 276-277
WEI

, Pages 278-279
-WEN

, Pages 280-281
YUG

, Pages 282-283
ZON

, Pages 284-285
Appendix A

, Pages 287-292
Appendix B

, Page 293
Appendix C

, Page 295
Appendix D

, Pages 297-298
Isotypic fabric Index

, Pages 299-302

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T. Pure Appl. L. T. In Proc. 7th Int. Zeolite Conf, (ed. eds. Y. Murakami, A. W. Ward ), pp. pp. , Kassner, D. and Kornatowski, J. A, Coordination sequences and vertex symbols: T~(8, m) 4 10 19 30 46 Tz(8, m) T3(8, m) 4 10 20 32 4 10 19 32 Secondary building units: 6-2 or 4-2 o r 6 or 4 [ 1 ! J. J.

Zeolite Co~, (eds. Y. Murakami, A. W. Ward), pp. , Davis, M. J. , Kessler, H. L. T. M. In Proc. 12th Int. , (eds. J. K. Marcus, M~E. B. Higgins), pp. B. M. M. 12 A Vl'q I Isotypic framework structures: 4 9 4 9 4 9 4 10 I 1" '1 ....! B. and Baerlocher, Ch. J. Appl. G. B. B. and Baerlocher, Ch. B. and Baerlocher, Ch. , Garrone, E. M. K. Stud. Surf. Sci. A. M. T. Stud. Surf. Sci. T. M. K. M. I. C. Chem. T. M. K. Stud. Surf. Sci. B. 3** Stability" Unstable to removal of template (~) 8-ring viewed normal to [001] AFY 50 AHT Framework Type Cmcm .

In Proc. 7th Int. Zeolite Conf, (ed. eds. Y. Murakami, A. W. Ward ), pp. pp. , Kassner, D. and Kornatowski, J. A, Coordination sequences and vertex symbols: T~(8, m) 4 10 19 30 46 Tz(8, m) T3(8, m) 4 10 20 32 4 10 19 32 Secondary building units: 6-2 or 4-2 o r 6 or 4 [ 1 ! J. J.

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