Special Issue of the 1st International Symposium on Photocatalysis at Fuzhou University. & Haijun Chen email@example.com Department of Electronics, Nankai University, Tianjin 370001, China 123 5246 Z. Yang et al. Keywords Zeolite deNO catalyst Photocatalyst SCR catalyst Copper Introduction Zeolites such as aluminosilicates and aluminophosphates are of great interest due to their diverse use in catalysis, absorption, separation, ion exchange and application to such systems as sensors and micro-devices [1–3]. Microporous materials possess characteristic physicochemical properties such as molecular size cavities and channels, strong surface acidity and a unique internal surface topology . The design of ion and/or cluster size catalysts within zeolite cavities is, thus, of great interest in the development of well-deﬁned anchored metal ions. A well-deﬁned structure for the active metal species within zeolite cavities will enable more active and selective catalytic systems, as well as elucidate the mechanisms behind such catalytic reactions at the molecular level. Furthermore, the counter ions within the zeolite cavities can be easily exchanged by different cations through a conventional ion-exchange method. Considering that the ion-exchangeable sites are separated within the cavities, the development of highly dispersed metal ions with catalytic properties within zeolites is an attractive
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