exchange adsorption

exchange adsorption

[iks′chānj ad′sȯrp·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Ion exchange process in which the fluid phase contains (or consists of) two adsorbable components which together entirely saturate the surfaces of the adsorbent.
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Several methods such as reverse osmosis ion exchange adsorption coagulation precipitation and electro coagulation have been used for the removal of excess fluoride nitrate and arsenic from drinking water.
A formulation of the thermodynantics of exchange adsorption. The Journal of Chemical Physics 21, 714-718.
Current commercial methods for separating whey proteins are based on ultrafiltration and ion exchange adsorption methods.
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