Ion-exchange resins a bibliography of unclassified references by Milton Kahn

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Published by Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Available from the Office of Technical Services, U.S. Dept. of Commerce in Los Alamos, N.M, Washington, D.C .

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Statementby Milton Kahn, Katheryn Lawson, Kent J. Jones.
ContributionsLawson, Katheryn Emanuel., Jones, Kent J., Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.
LC ClassificationsZ5524.I65 K3 1957
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Pagination180 p. ;
Number of Pages180
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Open LibraryOL19636526M

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Comprehensive text provides sound understanding of the relevant factors in ion exchange and the theoretical tools needed to solve specific problems. Detailed coverage of ion exchangers, equilibria, kinetics, electrochemical properties, ion-exchanger membranes, much more.

Each chapter contains helpful summary and references. Accessible to nonmathematical students.5/5(1). While the present book is based mainly on ion exchange as practiced in the United States, the object was to produce a generally useful book which would deal with the fundamental problems, techniques, and operations of ion exchange such as mass transfer, equipment design, properties of ion exchange resins, and deionization.

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The beads are typically porous, providing a large surface area on and inside them. Ion-exchange resin, any of a wide variety of organic compounds synthetically polymerized and containing positively or negatively charged sites that can attract an ion of opposite charge from a surrounding resins commonly consist of a styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer (high molecular weight substance), although other compositions, such as methacrylic acid–divinylbenzene and phenol.

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Ion exchange Technology Ca2+ 2Na+ Operation 2Na+ Ca2+ Regeneration Resin Description of process Ion exchangers are synthetic resins (organic polymers). Various exchange-active groups, at which ions accumulate, are built into the exchangers.

In the exchange process, the ions of the solution to be treated are exchanged with accumulatedFile Size: 1MB. Ion exchange resins are available in different particle (bed) size.

Common ion exchange resins are manufactured in form of polydispersed spherical beds with the size distributed within the range ” (mm) or in form of uniform particle size (UPS). Smaller particles. Ion exchange usually describes a processes of purification of aqueous solutions using solid polymeric ion exchange precisely, the term encompasses a large variety of processes where ions are exchanged between two electrolytes.

Aside from its use to purify drinking water, the technique is widely applied for purification and separation of a variety of industrially and medicinally. Ion exchange resins are particularly well suited for the removal of ionic impurities for several reasons: the resins have high capacities for ions that are found in low concentrations, the resins are stable and readily regenerated, temperature effects are for the most part negligible, and the process is excellent for both large and small installations, for example, from home water softeners to.

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Ion-Exchange Resins synthetic macromolecular (polymeric) organic ion exchangers. According to the general classification of ion exchangers, ion-exchange resins are divided into cation-exchange resins (polyacids), anion-exchange resins (polybases), and amphoteric, or bipolar, resins (polyampholites).

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Extracted from over 6, original publications, it presents the information in over 1, tables complemented by concise descriptions of analytical methods involving virtually all the elements of. Ion Exchange resins are well suited for removal of these impurities for the following reasons: 1.

Resins have a very high capacity to remove ions in low concentrations. Resins are most stable and can be readily regenerated. Resins are stable over a wide range of temperatures. The process is suitable for both large and small File Size: KB.

In ion-exchange resin. These are the chelating resins and the electron-exchange resins. Chelating resins are styrene-divinylbenzene polymers to which iminodiacetate groups are functional group forms complexes with all the metallic elements except the alkali metals, with stabilities that vary with the different metals; in analytical chemistry, they are used.

GEL type ion exchange resins are most commonly used and have homogeneous matrix structure inside the beads. This type of matrix gives so-called micropores that are formed by the polymeric networks. Water and solute speices difuse into and out from the bead through the micropores. Porous resins have rather large pores as well as micropores.

Ion Exchange Resins: Classification and Properties Ion exchange resins are highly ionic, covalently cross-linked, insoluble polyelectrolytes supplied as beads. The beads have either a dense internal structure with no discrete pores (gel resins, also called microporous resins) or a porous, multichannelled structure (macroporous or macroreticular File Size: KB.

*ion‐exchange resin* An organic compound that will adsorb ions under some conditions and release them under others. The best‐known example is in water‐softening, where calcium ions are removed from the water by binding to the resin, displacing sodium ions.Ion Exchange: Science and Technology.

Editors (view affiliations) Alírio E. Rodrigues; Book. 76 Citations; Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-XI. PDF. Introduction. Friedrich G. Helfferich. Pages Chemistry of Ion Exchange Resins. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Coordination Chemistry of Selective-Ion Exchange Resins.In the middle 's, ion exchange resins were developed based on the copolymerization of styrene cross-linked with divinylbenzene.

These resins were very stable and had much greater exchange capacities than their predecessors. The polystyrene-divinylbenzene-based anion exchan-ger could remove all anions, including silicic and carbonic acids.

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