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Molecular Sieve Adsorbent

matrix Molecular Sieve 13X, 100-120 mesh, bottle of 50 g

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32110204

form

solid

packaging

bottle of 50 g

matrix

Molecular Sieve 13X

particle size

100-120 mesh

pore size

13 Å

density

~0.65 g/mL

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packaging

bottle of 50 g

packaging

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packaging

bottle of 50 g

packaging

bottle of 50 g

matrix

Molecular Sieve 13X

matrix

-

matrix

Molecular Sieve 13X

matrix

Molecular Sieve 5A

particle size

100-120 mesh

particle size

4-8 mesh (>=80%)

particle size

60-80 mesh

particle size

60-80 mesh

pore size

13 Å

pore size

-

pore size

13 Å pore diameter

pore size

5 Å pore diameter

density

~0.65 g/mL

density

-

density

~0.65 g/mL (free fall density)

density

~0.72 g/mL (free fall density)

General description

Molecular sieves are synthetically produced zeolites (naturally occurring aluminosilicate minerals), and are characterized by pores and internal cavities of extremely uniform dimensions. These crystalline materials have three-dimensional structures based on silicon oxide (SiO4) and aluminum oxide (AlO4) polyhedra. The polyhedra are linked by their corners to produce an open structure with internal cavities in which molecules can be trapped. These materials are engineered so that access to the internal cavities is through specific and uniform sized pores.

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Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

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dust mask type N95 (US), Eyeshields, Gloves

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Columns for Gas Chromatography: Performance and Selection.
Barry EF and Grob RL.
Science, 28-28 (2007)
M Schweigkofler et al.
Journal of hazardous materials, 83(3), 183-196 (2001-05-12)
Methods for the removal of gaseous silicon compounds in biogases are presented. In laboratory studies, various solid adsorption materials and liquid absorption solutions were evaluated for their siloxane elimination efficiencies. Among the liquid sorbents studied, concentrated nitric acid and sulfuric

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