zeolites are microporous aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as commercial adsorbents and catalysts. the term zeolite was originally coined in 1756 by swedish mineralogist axel fredrik cronstedt who observed that rapidly heating the material believed to have been stilbite produced large amounts of steam from water that had been adsorbed by the material.
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zeolite is a group of natural or synthetic hydrated aluminosilicate minerals which contain alkali and alkaline metals. it is characterized by a framework structure that encloses interconnected cavities occupied by ion-exchangeable large metal cations and water molecules permitting reversible dehydration.
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numerous zeolite deposits occur throughout the western united states and clinoptilolite is probably the most abundant species (hay 1977). several deposits contain 10 million or more mineable tons of high quality zeolite. these deposits formed from the alteration of volcanic tuffs with the glass component of the tuffs altering to zeolite under high ph conditions.
a process for extracting and purifying naturally occurring zeolite from ores in the presence of other mineral phases by using mechanical dispersion and differential suspension to remove a majority of the clay content of the ore. the process continues by removal of contaminants with a higher mass to surface area ratio than that of the desired zeolite product by employing the properties of
zeolites are natural aluminosilicates formed from volcanic eruptions. they are hydrophilic meaning they will absorb water. the process is reversible so they gain from and lose water to the environment. zeolites have a much different structure than clay minerals.
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