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  • A molecular sieve is a material containing tiny pores of a precise and uniform size that is used as an adsorbent for gases and liquids.
  • Molecules small enough to pass through the pores are adsorbed while larger molecules are not. It is different from a common filter in that it operates on a molecular level.
  • For instance, a water molecule may be small enough to pass through while larger molecules are not. Because of this, they often function as a desiccant.
  • They consist of aluminosilicate minerals, clays, porous glasses, microporous charcoals, zeolites, active carbons, or synthetic compounds that have open
    structures through which small molecules, such as nitrogen and water can diffuse.
  • Methods for regeneration of molecular sieves include pressure change, heating and purging with a carrier gas (as when used in ethanol dehydration), or heating under high vacuum.
  • The methodologies used for the preparation of mesoporous zeolite single crystals involve conventional dealumination procedures, such as steaming, acid, and alkaline treatments , or matrixassisted synthesis.
  • Electrostatic deposition process for the fabrication of molecular sieve fibers.
  • Mesoporous molecular sieves such as the all silica DAM-1 and SBA- 15 materials as well as the TiO2 compositions are templated using the micelle forming molecules Vitamin E TPGS and Pluronic.
  • Molecular sieve 4A desiccant will adsorb H2S and CO2, thus reducing corrosion, increasing equipment life and reducing the foul odor associated with H2S in vented gas.
  • Molecular sieves are often utilized in the petroleum industry, especially for the purification of gas streams and in the chemistry laboratory for separating compounds and drying reaction starting materials.
  • Molecular sieves should be used to dry dehydration solvents for electron microscopy.
  • Molecular sieves are used to dehydrate the solvents used in the final stages of dehydration and embedding .
  • Molecular sieve is mainly used to make static dehydration in airtight gas or liquid system, it can remove the moleculars of ethyl alcohol,
    hydrogen sulphide, carbon dioxide, ethylene, acrylica, and also dry the alkane.
  • Molecular sieves are regularly used for the drying and purification of feedstock for refinery applications such as isomerisation, alkylation and reforming, thereby improving operating performance
    and product quality.
  • A disordered mesoporous silica material has been prepared using polymerization of silicate anions surrounding surfactant micelles in the presence of organic salts. The local structure of the material has been investigated using a transmission electron micrograph imaging technique.
  • Molecular sieve zeolites have substantially impacted adsorption and catalytic process technology throughout the chemical process industries; provided timely solutions to energy and environmental problems; and grown to over a hundred million dollar industry worldwide.
  • Fuel cell technology requires fuel clean up as carbon monoxide poisons the electrocatalyst in fuel cell system. Molecular Sieve Silica (MSS) membranes have the physical ability to separate hydrogen from carbon monoxide.
  • Membrane reactor for the water gas shift reaction technology converts carbon monoxide and steam into hydrogen and carbon dioxide.
  • The molecular sieve developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers reportedly is more precise than conventional methods and has the potential to be much faster.
  • The molecular sieve, which is made using microfabrication technology, is the uniform size of the nanopores through which proteins are separated from biological fluids. Millions of pores can be spread across a microchip the size of a thumbnail.
  • UOP offers the broadest range of molecular sieves and alumina adsorbents in the world with production facilities in the United States, Italy, Japan, and China. UOP is the worldwide leader in the continuing development and manufacture of zeolite and alumina adsorbents and their
    commercial applications.
  • Molecular sieve
  • Molecular Sieve Information
  • Molecular Sieve Technical Parameters
  • Molecular Sieve Technical information
  • Molecular Sieve Types
  • Zeolite Molecular Sieves


  • Dehydration with Molecular Sieve Process
  • Design of composite micro/ mesoporous molecular sieve catalyst
  • Electrospun Molecular Sieve Composite Nanofibers
  • Molecular Sieve Desiccant Dehydrator For Natural Gas
  • An Open Cycle Molecular Sieve Dehydration System
  • Optimization of Synthetic Parameters for Mesoporous Molecular Sieve MCM-41 Using Surfactant CTACl
  • Polyfurfuryl alcohol derived carbon molecular sieves
  • Preparation of Carbon Molecular Sieves for Separation and Purification of Gases
  • Preparation of carbon molecular sieve from a new natural source
  • An improved process for the synthesis of VPI-5 molecular sieve
  • Vogelbusch Molecular Sieve Process


  • Molecular sieve properties of activated anthracite
  • Mesoporous molecular sieve Sn-MCM-41 as Baeyer-Villiger oxidation catalyst for sterically demanding aromatic and α,β-unsaturated aldehydes
  • Molecular sieve properties of carbons
  • Single-molecule dynamics in a self-assembled 2D molecular sieve
  • Molecular sieve properties of general purpose carbon fibers
  • Properties of Molecular Sieve Membranes
  • Zeolite Molecular Sieve - Structure and Properties

Company Profiles

  • Company in India
  • Company in Turkey
  • China Companies Profile


  • Consultant in California
  • Consultant in Kansas
  • Consultant in Ohio
  • Consultant in Virginia
  • 2004 Lemelson-MIT Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
  • Molecular Sieve Experts


  • Molecular sieve process for upgrading naphtha wherein the desorbed straight chain hydrocarbons are dehydrogenated and used as desorbing agents
  • Fluidized molecular sieve process
  • Process for the preparation of molecular sieve adsorbent for selective adsorption of oxygen from air
  • Metal-incorporated nanoporous nickel phosphate molecular sieve and its preparation method
  • Mesopore molecular sieve and process for the production thereof
  • Process for manufacturing a silicoaluminophosphate molecular sieve
  • Process for the production of carbon molecular sieves
  • High-silica molecular sieve CHA
  • Molecular sieve for oxygen concentrator
  • Enhanced functionalized carbon molecular sieves for simultaneous CO2 and water
    removal from air


  • Activated Alumina & Molecular Sieve
  • Advances in Mesoporous Molecular Sieve MCM-41
  • Bioethanol Technology
  • The Molecular Sieves for Gas Separating membranes
  • Disordered Molecular Sieve with Branched Mesoporous Channel Network
  • Molecular Sieve Zeolite technology - The first twenty five years
  • Membrane Technologies


  • Carbon Molecular Sieve Membrane as a True One Box Unit for Large-Scale Hydrogen Production
  • A New application for molecular sieve type nanomaterials
  • The Effect of Temperature on the Affinity of Carbon Dioxide to Molecular Sieve 4A
  • Cellulose acetate Project
  • Synthesis of Zeolite Crystallites for Diffusion Measurement
  • Production Project of Molecular Sieves
  • Synthetic molecular sieve binds water better than zeolites
  • Use of Carbon molecular sieves for chromatographic separations of permanent and other gases
  • Use of thermally modified carbon black and carbon molecular sieve adsorbents in sampling air
  • Zeolite molecular sieve thin films as low-k dielectrics
  • An economic evaluation of carbon molecular sieve membranes in landfill gas applications
  • Molecular Sieves as Catalysts for Methanol Dehydration in the LPDME™ Process
  • Mesoporous molecular sieve (MCM-41)-filled sodium alginate hybrid nanocomposite membranes for pervaporation separation of water–isopropanol mixtures
  • Molecular Sieve membranes for gas separation and reaction processes
  • Hydrothermal Stable Templated Molecular Sieve Silica (TMSS)
    Membranes for Gas Separation
  • Desiccant bags
  • Molecular Sieve Product Grade Chart
  • SPI-Chem™ Molecular Sieve
  • SYLOBEAD S624 Molecular Sieve
  • SYLOSIV® Molecular Sieve Powders
  • Tri-Sorb Molecular Sieve Desiccant

Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Molecular Sieves 514
  • HS 600 media
  • Safety data for molecular sieve, 4A
  • Sodium Aluminosilicate
  • Molecular Sieve, Type 3a, 8-12 mesh
  • Molecular Sieve Type 13X 1/8
Equipment and Suppliers
  • Molecular Sieve Traps
  • Control SealTM Double Block and Bleed Valves
  • A&N Corporation
  • Molecular Sieve Systems Suppliers
  • Molecular Sieve Dryers Suppliers
Market and Report
  • Molecular Sieves Market Squeezed; PQ Enters as Asia Crimps Demand
  • Price List of Molecular Sieve
  • MIT Scientists Create a Molecular Sieve
  • Experimental Studying on gas dewatering by molecular sieve
  • Imaging the Distribution of Framework Aluminum in Mesoporous Molecular Sieve
  • UOP Announces expansion of molecular sieve plant in Shanghai china
  • Molecular Sieve film Catalyst
  • Tritiated Water on Molecular Sieve without Hydrogen Production
  • Vertical Aluminophosphate Molecular Sieve Crystals Grown at Inorganic-Organic Interfaces
  • Precautions and Safe Practices for handling zeolite molecular sieve adsorbents in process units
  • Carbon Molecular Sieve Suppliers
  • China Molecular Sieve manufacturers
  • Molecular Sieve Desiccant Manufacturers & Suppliers
  • Molecular Sieves Suppliers of India
  • Molecular Sieve Manufacturers
  • Molecular Sieve Suppliers
  • Worldwide Molecular Sieve Suppliers
  • Xidi S5A Molecular Sieve Suppliers

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