electrodialysis


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electrodialysis

[i¦lek·trō·dī′al·ə·səs]
(physical chemistry)
Dialysis that is conducted with the aid of an electromotive force applied to electrodes adjacent to both sides of the membrane.
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Bazinet, Multistep Mineral Fouling Growth On a Cation-Exchange Membrane Ruled by Gradual Sieving Effects of Magnesium and Carbonate Ions and its Delay by Pulsed Modes of Electrodialysis, J.
In a batch mode electrodialysis with continuous recirculation of feed stream, properties like electrolyte concentration of diluate (feed tank), concentration profiles around that membrane, and all physical properties of the solution change with time.
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He added that various techniques to reduce fluoride content have been tried including coagulation, adsorption, precipitation, ion exchange, reverse osmosis, and electrodialysis. However, metal ions with an affinity for fluoride in a biocarbon matrix represent a promising new approach.
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