Ion Exchange Technology ebook
by D. Naden,M. Streat
Ion Exchange Technology book.
Ion Exchange Technology book.
Metal ions diffused from the feed compartment to the stripping compartment through an hybrid Donnan dialysis which consists to combine two ion exchange membranes with solvent impregnated resin (SIR). The aim of this work is to study the recovery of Pb(II), Ag(I) and Cu(II) from nitrate solutions by using SIR combined with classical Donnan dialysis. The resin has been prepared by impregnating the Amberlite XAD-4 using three different extractants namely: di-2-ethyl hexyl phosphine acide (D2EHPA), tris-octyl phosphine oxide (TOPO) and Diphenylthiourea (DPT).
Counter-current ion exchange is a continuous steady state process to separate ions from dilute solutions. eds) Ion Exchange: Science and Technology. NATO ASI Series (E: Applied Sciences), vol 107. Springer, Dordrecht.
Naden, D. This volume contains 75 papers
Naden, D. This volume contains 75 papers. The role of ion exchange technology in water purification, novel techniques in ion exchange surface electrochemistry, ion exchangers for the purification of proteins, and the use of support liquid membranes in the treatment of mining effluents are among the subjects considered. Contents: Water treatment. Special applications. Ion exchange developments.
Ion Exchange Technologies. ISBN 978-953-51-0836-8, PDF ISBN 978-953-51-4265-2, Published 2012-11-07.
The history and evolution of ion exchange are viewed in the broader context of the development of science and technology in. .W. Neier, in D. Naden and M. Streat, Ion Exchange Technology ( Ellis Horwood, Chichester, 1984 ), p. 36. oogle Scholar.
The history and evolution of ion exchange are viewed in the broader context of the development of science and technology in our time. 34. J. E. Germain, Catalytic Conversions of Hydrocarbons ( Academic Press, New York, 1969 .
Ion exchange and sorption have found widespread use in the recovery, separation and purification of metals; the most notable advances have occurred with uranium, precious metals and the platinum group metals. Separation processes based on sorption are not energy intensive and can be applied to low grade mineral resources and to by-product recovery of valuable metals. In this respect, the process technology is similar to solvent extraction which has been so successfully applied to the recovery and purification of base metals such as copper.
Ion exchange is a process in which cations (anions) in a liquid are exchanged for cations (anions) on a solid sorbent, maintaining electroneutrality in both phases. Ion-exchange resins consist of synthetic organic polymeric materials generally categorized according to functionality as either strong or weak acids or bases. Experiments have shown that the sorption of uranium from acidic sulphate solutions onto strong base anion exchange resins is particle diffusion controlled in the uranium concentration range . 001–0. A simplified diffusion model, based on Fick's Law, fits the kinetic data at each concentration.
Ion Exchange Development and Applications, pp. 58}66. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry. Nolan J and Irving J (1984) The effect on the capacity of strong base anion exchange resins of the ratio of chloride to sulphate in the feed water. In: Naden D and Streat M (eds) Ion Exchange Technology, pp. 160}168. Chichester: Ellis Horwood.