Natural zeolites have long held the interest of earth scientists because of their structural and chemical variability, which makes them useful as recorders of their geological environment. In addition, because of their ion exchange and hydration–rehydration properties, natural zeolites have untapped potential to address many of our current environment and energy issues. This new review, which supersedes Volume 4 in the series (1977), is greatly expanded and updated, with the addition of nearly 30 years of new work. The book has more than twice the content of Volume 4 and includes a number of new topics, as well as expanded...

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