A sheltered existence: Direct liquid-membrane crystallization is used as a low-cost, low-waste, yet highly effective method to prepare a catalyst encapsulated by a H-β zeolite. Through vapor–liquid exchange, a continuous and sufficient, but not excessive supply of both water and template is the key part of this method.
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