ion-exchange resin


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ion-exchange resin

[′ī‚än iks‚chānj ‚rez·ən]
(materials)
A synthetic resin that can combine or exchange ions with a solution; such a resin produces the exchange of sodium for calcium ions in the softening of hard water.
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Studying of influence of the ionic form of cation-exchange resin on absorption of examinees cation-exchange resins showed that Na-form ion-exchange resin (Table 7) possesses larger sorption ability in comparison with the hydrogen form.
Failure to remove these can cause irreparable fouling of the ion-exchange resins. Properly using several types of carbon together enhances a system's ability to produce water containing less than 1 ppb of organic carbon.
The most common method for removal of perchlorate from drinking water is to use ion-exchange resins, which pull out the pollutant but don't destroy it.
ban on trade with Cuba involving sales from 1992 to 2000 of about $2 million worth of ion-exchange resins used in water purification.
Behavior of carbohydrates toward strongly basic ion-exchange resins. Arch.
The first is slightly radioactive material consisting of contaminated pipes, tools, excess coolant, ion-exchange resins, and protective clothing.
Downey is responsible for technical sales as well as application engineering of ion-exchange resins in industrial, ultrapure, and residential water treatment markets.
"Industry currently uses petroleum-based ion-exchange resins to remove toxic heavy metals from contaminated wastewater," says Wing.
Users benefit from low maintenance and well-controlled running costs, thanks to Elix technology and its ion-exchange resins, which are continuously regenerated by a weak electric current.
Others types of specialty resins include ion-exchange resins and ionomer resins.
Request for quotations : purchase of ion-exchange resins