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Down the microporous rabbit hole of silicoaluminophosphates, recent developments on synthesis, characterization and catalytic applications

Down the microporous rabbit hole of silicoaluminophosphates, recent developments on synthesis, characterization and catalytic applications
Down the microporous rabbit hole of silicoaluminophosphates, recent developments on synthesis, characterization and catalytic applications
Since their invention silicoaluminophosphates (SAPOs) have become by far the most researched class of aluminophosphates due to their commercial use as solid acid catalysts. Currently over 25 different SAPO frameworks have been synthesized, providing a diverse range of confined nanoporous topologies, with distinct acid sites. When combined with emerging synthetic techniques to further modulate these species, there are endless possibilities to tailor SAPO materials for specific catalytic applications. Herein, this Review focuses on developments, and possibilities, from the past decade in the field of SAPO research, with particular attention paid to synthesis, characterization, theoretical studies, and case studies of their catalytic applications. I aim to simultaneously educate and inspire readers at all stages of their career and hope that this Review helps further interest and research into the exciting field of SAPOs.
Electromagnetic radiation, Silicon, chemical synthesis, crystallization, physical and chemical processes
2155-5435
9758-9789
Potter, Matthew
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Potter, Matthew
34dee7dc-2f62-4022-bb65-fc7b7fb526d2

Potter, Matthew (2020) Down the microporous rabbit hole of silicoaluminophosphates, recent developments on synthesis, characterization and catalytic applications. ACS Catalysis, 2020 (10), 9758-9789. (doi:10.1021/acscatal.0c02278).

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Since their invention silicoaluminophosphates (SAPOs) have become by far the most researched class of aluminophosphates due to their commercial use as solid acid catalysts. Currently over 25 different SAPO frameworks have been synthesized, providing a diverse range of confined nanoporous topologies, with distinct acid sites. When combined with emerging synthetic techniques to further modulate these species, there are endless possibilities to tailor SAPO materials for specific catalytic applications. Herein, this Review focuses on developments, and possibilities, from the past decade in the field of SAPO research, with particular attention paid to synthesis, characterization, theoretical studies, and case studies of their catalytic applications. I aim to simultaneously educate and inspire readers at all stages of their career and hope that this Review helps further interest and research into the exciting field of SAPOs.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 19 July 2020
Keywords: Electromagnetic radiation, Silicon, chemical synthesis, crystallization, physical and chemical processes

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Local EPrints ID: 443634
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/443634
ISSN: 2155-5435
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ORCID for Matthew Potter: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9849-3306

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Date deposited: 07 Sep 2020 16:30
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