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ION EXCHANGE AND DIALYSIS. THE REMOVAL OF IONS FROM SOLUTION USING RESINS. RESIN PARTICLE AND BEADS. Ion exchange of monovalent cations : (assume y = 1). For most solutions g A =  B. Ion exchange of mixed-valent cations : (assume y = 1).

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Ion exchange and dialysis

ION EXCHANGE AND DIALYSIS

THE REMOVAL OF IONS FROM SOLUTION USING RESINS


Ion exchange and dialysis

RESIN PARTICLE AND BEADS


Ion exchange and dialysis

Ion exchange of monovalent cations: (assume y = 1)

For most solutions gA = B


Ion exchange and dialysis

Ion exchange of mixed-valent cations: (assume y = 1)


Ion exchange and dialysis

CROSSLINKING TO MAKE ION EXCHANGE RESINS


Selectivity of ion exchange resins

Selectivity of Ion Exchange Resins

In Order of Decreasing Preference

Strong acid cation Strong base anion

Barium Iodide Lead Nitrate Calcium Bisulfite Nickel Chloride Cadmium Cyanide Copper Bicarbonate Zinc Hydroxide Magnesium Fluoride Potassium Sulfate Ammonia Sodium Hydrogen


Chelating cation resin selectivities for metal

Chelating Cation Resin Selectivities for Metal

Metal KM/Caa Hg+2........................... 2,800 Cu+2........................... 2,300 Pb+2........................... 1,200 Ni+2 .......................... 57 Zn+2........................... 17 Cd+2........................... 15 Co+2....... .................... 6.7 Fe+2............................ 4.7 Mn+2............................ 1.2 Ca+2............................ 1

  • Selectivity coefficient for the metal over calcium ions at a pH of 4


Cost of commercially available resins

Cost of Commercially Available Resins

  • Resin Cost($/ft3) Strong acid cation.......... 45-130 Weak acid cation............ 120-160 Strong base anion........... 210-270 Weak base anion............. 210-260 Chelating cation............ 350-650


Ion exchange and dialysis

SMALL SCALE

ION EXCHANGE

COLUMNS


Ion exchange and dialysis

SKID-LOADED SMALL SCALE ION EXCHANGE PLANT


Ion exchange and dialysis

LARGE-SCALE ION EXCHANGE COLUMNS


Ion exchange and dialysis

POSITIONING OF

RESIN BEADS FOR

A MIXED BED JUST

AFTER BACKWASHING


Ion exchange and dialysis

Improved Nitrate

Removal from

Drinking Water

by Ion Exchange:

Testing a

Hydraulic Device

for Improved

Regeneration


Ion exchange and dialysis

IXCalcTMA powerful computer program


Ion exchange and dialysis

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (DEAE and CM)</


Ion exchange and dialysis

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Ion exchange and dialysis

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Ion exchange and dialysis

ELECTRODIALYSIS


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