The origin of ion exchange selectivity in a porous framework titanium silicate
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The use of in-situ X-ray and neutron diffraction has elucidated the differences in the mechanism of ion exchange between a titanium silicate and a phase in which Nb is substituted for Ti at the 25% level both with the sitinakite structure. The area of interest is the very high level of selectivity required of the exchangers for use in nuclear waste systems. © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2007.
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Celestian, A. J., & Clearfield, A.