Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 March 2018
The rare barium zeolite edingtonite has been examined in the course of the systematic investigation of the zeolites now being made at the British Museum, and several substitution derivatives have been prepared. The structure of natural edingtonite has also been completely determined by X-ray methods, and in the present paper an account is given of an attempt to discover the exact positions occupied in the substituted edingtonites by the potassium and thallium ions which replace the barium ions of ordinary edingtonite.
Base-exchange products obtained from some other zeolites have already been examined in detail by X-ray methods. In silveranalcime and silver-natrolite the intensities of X-ray reflections are explained satisfactorily on the assumption that each silver ion occupies the exact position previously occupied by the sodium ion which it replaces.
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page 211 note 1 M. H. Hey and F. A. Bannister, loc. cit.
page 212 note 1 M. H. Hey and F. A. Bannister, loc. cit.
page 212 note 3 See also Ibid., p. 94.