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Zeolites are crystalline microporous alumosilicates whose unique pore and channel systems are the reason for their important role in catalysis, separation, and ion exchange. This work focuses on the morphology and structure of a natural zeolite, mordenite. Our samples were collected at Lengyendi-galya (Gyökeres-tető) in the Mátra Mountains (NE-Hungary). Zeolite samples were investigated by X-ray powder diffraction, scanning, and transmission electron microscopy. Mordenite has typically fibrousdoi:10.1556/2051.2017.00045 fatcat:ukw2vpwiznb3biufgmdgxgije4