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“…When it comes to catalytic applications of neutron irradiated materials, there are very few publications that report on the neutron radiation effect of oxide catalysts. Depending on the catalyst system, both positive and negative influences of the irradiation treatment on the catalytic activity have been reported. However, neutron irradiation induced modifications of zeolites have gained no attention so far when it comes to the irradiation effect on the catalytic properties of the materials.…”
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“…When it comes to catalytic applications of neutron irradiated materials, there are very few publications that report on the neutron radiation effect of oxide catalysts. Depending on the catalyst system, both positive and negative influences of the irradiation treatment on the catalytic activity have been reported. However, neutron irradiation induced modifications of zeolites have gained no attention so far when it comes to the irradiation effect on the catalytic properties of the materials.…”
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“…Depending on the catalyst system, both positive and negative influences of the irradiation treatment on the catalytic activity have been reported. [37][38][39][40] However, neutron irradiation induced modifications of zeolites have gained no attention so far when it comes to the irradiation effect on the catalytic properties of the materials.…”
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The effect of various types of irradiation, such as «-particles, neutrons, and -rays on the activity of catalysts (Coekelbergs et al, 1962;Mikovsky and Weisz, 1962;Taylor, 1965; Taylor, 1968; Weisz and Swegler, 1955) is reported. In these studies the catalytic activity increased significantly with the radiation treatment.
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“…In all cases the commercially available catalyst was irradiated. Usually, fairly large dosages of irradiation were required to produce significant changes in the catalytic activity (Mikovsky and Weisz, 1962).Recently, another type of irradiation, ultrasonics, was used to increase the activity of a catalyst (Li et al, 1964; Ranganathan et al, 1971). The ultrasonic treatment (insonation) was carried out during the manufacture of the catalyst as opposed to the irradiation of the commercially available catalyst.…”
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