ion exchange

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a process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble (usually resinous) solid

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Deep studies needed to fully understand the potential impact of the degree of crosslinked network to satisfy the requirements for alkaline anion exchange membrane fuel cell (AAEMFC) application.
A controlled environment experiment evaluated the use of anion exchange membranes for organic anion sampling at discrete locations along plant roots, and a field experiment measured rhizosphere organic anions at various developmental stages over a growing season, when grown in a highly acidic soil.
Comparison of soil nitrate extracted by potassium chloride and adsorbed on an anion exchange membrane in situ.
Nanoporous films and anion exchange membranes will be considered as an alternative to expensive proton conductive membrane-Nafion.
Meng, "Synthesis and characterization of anion exchange membranes based on poly(arylene ether sulfone)s containing various cations functioned tetraphenyl methane moieties," International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol.
Contributions then discuss alkaline fuel cells bearing anion exchange membranes, proton exchange membranes and catalytic support materials, anode catalysts in direct alcohol fuel cells, membrane materials for direct methanol fuel cells, hydroxide exchange membranes, microbial fuel cells and bioelectrochemistry, microfluidics, and electrocatalysts in direct alcohol cells.
Patton for their poster on "Synthesis and Characterization of Crosslinked, Quaternary Ammonium Polybenzoxazines for Anion Exchange Membranes.
Topics addressed include small community integrated water resources supply and recycling, recycling and reuse of high purity water from semiconductor integrated circuits manufacturing processes, cleaner production by using electrodialysis in organic or aqueous-organic systems, recovery and recycling of waste acids from industrial spent liquors using diffusion dialysis with new series of anion exchange membranes, improving resource cascading, environmental impacts of oil shale and coal electricity, strategies for reducing carbon dioxide emissions in rural communities of Botswana, the impact of economic incentives on recycling behavior, ulta-compact biofilm reactors for wastewater treatment and recovery, and decision support systems for material recovery and energy production.
After an introduction to types of fuel cells, applications, the fundamental materials of PEM fuel cells, membranes for PEM fuel cells, and testing, chapters cover fluoropolymers for proton exchange membranes, nonfluorinated polymers for proton exchange membranes, anhydrous proton-conducting polymers for high-temperature PEM fuel cells, anion exchange membranes for alkaline fuel cells, and polymers for new types of fuel cells.