Tag Archives: ZP-4




Example – ZP-4 (KZnPO4 · 0.8 H2O)

This is a microporous structure consisting of a framework of alternating Zn and P tetrahedral with channels. K ions and H2O molecules occupy sites in
the channels.

Synthesis and Characterization of ZP-4 (KZnPO4 · 0.8 H2O), a New Zincophosphate Microporous Material: Structure Solution from a 2.5 × 2.5 × 8 µm Single
Crystal Using a Third Generation Synchrotron X-ray Source

R.W. Broach, R.L. Bedard, and S.G. Song
Chem. Mater., 1999, 11 (8), pp 2076–2080




3D rotatable model of ZP-4