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The adsorption of trichloroethylene, perchloroethylene, and p-xylene on a MFI (Mobile-FIve) zeolite is studied using FTIR spectroscopy at 298 K. Spectra of self-supported zeolites in contact with increasing pressures of pure gas were recorded at equilibrium in the mid-infrared domain. Analysis of the evolution of the shape and location of vibrational bands of the zeolite as a function of the amount adsorbed allowed the observation of structural modifications of the adsorbent for the first time by infrared spectroscopy.

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