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13X Molecular Sieve
13X Molecular Sieve is the sodium form of the type X crystal and has a much larger pore opening than the type A crystals. 13X Molecular Sieve will adsorb molecules with a kinetic diameter of less than 9 Angstrom (0.9 nm) and exclude those larger.
13X molecular sieve material also has the highest theoretical capacity of the common adsorbents and very good mass transfer rates. It can remove impurities too large to fit into a type A crystal and is commonly used to separate nitrogen from oxygen.
|Size ratio up to grade||%||≥98||≥98||≥96||≥96|
|Static water adsorption||%||≥23.5||≥23.5||≥23.5||≥23.5|
|Static CO2 adsorption||%||≥18||≥18||≥18||≥18|
|Water content, as shipped||%||≤1.5||≤1.5||≤1.5||≤1.5|
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