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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2 times compared with cation exchanger KU-2-8 is caused by coordination bonds between the adsorbed hydrated ferric chloride with the hydrated molecules of sorbent and the hydrolysis of ferric chloride.
Preparation and characterization of cation exchangers from agricultural residues.
The Metrohm Suppressor Module is a chemical Suppressor with three channels that are filled with a high capacity cation exchanger.
Tenders are invited for Supply of cation exchanger resin and anion exchanger resin.
Hence sulfonated poly(styrene) acts as cation exchanger for a number of metals.
The cation exchanger influent was chloraminated Southwest plant finished water.
High-performance liquid chromatography of human hemoglobins on a new cation exchanger.
Tenders are invited for Supply, Installation And Commissioning Of De-Mineralized Water Plant, Capacity 250 Litres Per Hour As Per Is:13268/1992 Complete With 1 Multigrade Media Filter, 2 Anion Exchanger, 3 Cation Exchanger 4 Mixed Bed 5 Regeneration Tank 2 Nos And 6 All Associated Pipelines And Valves.
Further it is suggested that the higher exchange capacity is the result of Donnan effect and specific adsorption of chromium by the oxides / hydroxides present inside the matrix of the organic cation exchanger.
In this ion exchanger, ion exchange functional groups, such as sulfo groups for cation exchanger or quaternary ammonium groups for anion exchanger, are located not only on the surface but in the entire polymer as shown in Fig.
Initially operated at a throughput of 250,000 gallons for softening each cation exchanger softener throughput was adjusted to 205,000 gallons for ammonium ion removal.