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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Guest-host Interactions In Sodium Zeolite Y: Structural And Dynamical23na Double-rotation Nmr Study Of H2o, Pme3, Mo(co)6, And Mo(co)4(pme3)2 Adsorption In Na56y
Author: Jelinek R.
Ozkar S.
Pastore H.O.
Malek A.
Ozin G.A.
Abstract: 23Na double-rotation NMR (DOR) provides site-specific structural and dynamical information on guest-host interactions within sodium zeolite Y pores. Quantitative adsorption of H2O, PMe3, and Mo(CO)6 guests affects both the positions and line shapes of the 23Na resonances from specific extraframework Na+ sites. The evolution of the 23Na DOR spectra with the progressive introduction of guest molecules allows one to probe direct "solvation" effects involving the Na+ cations in the larger supercages, as well as indirect effects on the Na+ cations in adjacent smaller sodalite cavities. 23Na DOR experiments conducted at two magnetic field strengths confirm that PMe3 coadsorption in 8{Mo(CO)6),16{PMe3)-Na56Y, and PMe3 ligand-substitution in 8{cis-Mo(CO)4(PMe3)2]-Na56Y give rise to progressive deshielding and enhanced quadrupolar interactions of the anchoring Na+ cations in the α-cages, relative to those of the starting material, 8{Mo(CO)6}-Na56Y. Spin-lattice relaxation measurements indicate that adsorption of PMe3 facilitates an increased motion of the Na+ cations and/or guest species inside the α-cages.
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Date Issue: 1993
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