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Gases of increasing complexity were considered: Ar(non-polar), N (quadrupole moment, no dipole moment), N 0 (quadrupole moment, small dipole moment), and NH^ (large dipole moment, small quadrupole moment). The zeolites tested were a l l i n the synthetic faujasite family; however, they ranged from the cationrich zeolite X to the cation-poor zeolite Y. Cation geometries considered i n the tests were those typical of the dehydrated zeo l i t e form and those typical of the hydrated geometry (associated with NH^ adsorption).
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