Zeolite-encapsulated molecular forms of rhenium oxide offer the opportunity to tune the physico-chemical properties of the materials due to the wide range of oxidation states available to rhenium (+7–1) This can lead to nanomaterials with interesting electronic, optical, and catalytic properties. Here, the encapslation, structural characterization, thermal and chemical stability of CH3ReO3 in both sodium and acid forms of zeolite Y are reported.
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