anion exchange


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anion exchange

[′a‚nī·ən iks′chānj]
(chemistry)
A type of ion exchange in which the immobilized functional groups on the solid resin are positive.
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The influence of temperature (293K, 303K, 313K, and 323K) on the anion exchange sorption of chromate by the virgin sample of AC (Fig.
LDHs have attracted considerable attention due to their tunable and versatile properties, such as high bound water content, high anion exchange capacity, reactive surface, pH-dependent solubility, low-toxicity, and low cost.
The lowest amount of PO4 - P was recorded in anion exchange resin, which is analogous to plant root.
These indicated that the composite membranes have the potential to apply as the membrane of alkali anion exchange membrane in fuel cell.
Liu, "Anion exchange cycle of catalyst in liquid-liquid phase-transfer catalysis reaction: novel autocatalysis," Chemical Engineering Journal, vol.
The AMPA pKa's are 0.9, 5.6, and 10.2, therefore when the sample pH is higher than 5.6, the compound already has at least one negative net charge required to anion exchange to occur.
The solution was then injected to an anion exchange column.
Anion exchange ability, potential for sustained release, and biocompatibility of the LDHs and HDSs have made them useful in the uptake, storage, and controlled release of bioactive materials such as drugs and plant growth regulators [8-11].
The obtained after the stage of anion exchange chromatography protein preparation was applied for further investigations of the complex formation between SPS and a low-weight fluorescent ligand, TNP-ATP.
The vehicle is equipped with an alkaline anion exchange membrane cell and instead of hydrogen, the new cell uses hydrazine-hydrate as fuel.
[3] The anion exchange method in chloride and hydrochloric acid solution has been applied for purification of Co, by Dubois [4], Nardin [5], and Isshiki et al.