macroreticular resin

macroreticular resin

[¦mak·rō·rə′tik·yə·lər ′rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
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Studies on purification of platycodins by AB-8 macroreticular resin. J.
Adsorption involves exposing the water to high surface areas of activated carbon or a unique macroreticular resin to tie up organics, chlorine, and colloids from the feedwater.
Chloroform fraction was dried and further purified through HPD-400 macroreticular resins. The purity of saponin in the final dry product was determined by ultraviolet spectroscopy and reached 80.50%.
A good representation of equilibrium data using this equation was reported for adsorption of phenolic compounds from aqueous solution onto activated carbon [7], and on Amberlite XAD-4 and XAD-7 macroreticular resins [26].