Zinc Silicate Microcrystals
The invention concerns a simple process for the large-scale production of high-porosity zinc silicate microcrystals using ionized liquids.
Tetrabutylammonium hydroxide, a strongly hydrated ionized liquid, reacts with zinc silicate in a glass vessel brought to high temperature. The reaction produces high-porosity zinc silicate microcrystals.
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