Real time monitoring of the evolution of Ni2+ environment in faujasite upon rehydration by in situ dispersive-EXAFS.

Abstract : The evolution of both oxygen and framework tetrahedral shells around Ni2+ cations in faujasite upon rehydration can be described in real time thanks to in situ dispersive-EXAFS. Such type of analysis permits precise experimental description of the coordination environment of cations in zeolite structures under different hydration conditions.
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Jean-François Groust, Catherine Pommier, Lorenzo Stievano, François Villain, Christine Giorgetti, et al.. Real time monitoring of the evolution of Ni2+ environment in faujasite upon rehydration by in situ dispersive-EXAFS.. Catalysis Letters, Springer Verlag, 2005, 102, pp.257-260. ⟨10.1007/s10562-005-5865-3⟩. ⟨hal-00020239⟩

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