This book covers the theory, development, and application in considerable detail and describes the history of development of ion exchange materials and the advances in their utilization in industrial processes.
Author: C E Harland
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Ion Exchange, 2nd Edition is a totally revised and updated version of the highly popular Monograph for Teachers, first published by The Royal Society of Chemistry in 1975. It covers the practical application of ion exchange and the synthesis of organic ion exchange resins, which have spanned nearly 60 years of development since the pioneering work of Adams and Holmes in 1935. This book covers the theory, development, and application in considerable detail and describes the history of development of ion exchange materials and the advances in their utilization in industrial processes. Key applications in such areas as water purification, hydrometallurgy, and chromatography are described and supported by chapters on the related scientific fundamentals governing equilibria and kinetics of ion exchange. Twenty-two experiments using inexpensive equipment are detailed, which not only complement a chapter dedicated to the characterization of organic exchangers, but also serve to illustrate several other pure and applied principles related to ion exchange phenomena. It is anticipated that the unique inclusion of experiments and the broad coverage of the whole text should appeal to a wide readership and offer particular relevance to practitioners in schools, colleges, and industry.
Comprehensive text provides sound understanding of the relevant factors in ion exchange and the theoretical tools needed to solve specific problems.
Author: Friedrich G. Helfferich
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Comprehensive text provides sound understanding of the relevant factors in ion exchange and the theoretical tools needed to solve specific problems. Detailed coverage of ion exchangers, equilibria, kinetics, electrochemical properties, ion-exchanger membranes, much more. Each chapter contains helpful summary and references. Accessible to nonmathematical students. Introduction. 1962 edition.
The IEX series of conferences, which cover all aspects of the theory and use of ion exchange materials, are held on a four-year cycle at Cambridge University.
Author: J. A. Greig
Publisher: World Scientific
The IEX series of conferences, which cover all aspects of the theory and use of ion exchange materials, are held on a four-year cycle at Cambridge University. They are now regarded as one of the most important forums for the state-of-the-art presentation, review and discussion of advances made in the science and application of ion exchange in the world. The papers presented at IEX 2000 include those on ion exchange theory and those covering its application to topics as diverse as environmental and pollution control, nuclear industry, hydrometallurgy, water treatment and resin developments.
This book provides broad coverage of ion exchange and its applications.
Author: Ayben Kilislioglu
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
This book provides broad coverage of ion exchange and its applications. Different chapters focus on the importance of ion exchange applications such as strengtening dental porcelains, gradient changes in glass refraction, and resins as effective sorbents. Each chapter includes a brief historical overview of ion exchange and its applications. The authors also give a brief overview of these applications as well as review current experimental data on the subject.
This book discusses the kinetics of fixed-bed ion exchange; fundamental properties of ion exchange resins; ion exchange equipment design; and ion exchange in water treatment.
Author: F.C. Nachod
Ion Exchange: Theory and Application focuses on the applications, complexities, and theoretical aspects of ion exchange. This book discusses the kinetics of fixed-bed ion exchange; fundamental properties of ion exchange resins; ion exchange equipment design; and ion exchange in water treatment. The multistage systems in ion exchange; desalting sea water; applications of ion exchange to the separation of inorganic cations; and ion exchange as a tool in analytical chemistry are also elaborated. This text likewise covers the metal concentration and recovery by ion exchange; catalytic application of ion exchangers; and use of ion exchange adsorbents in biochemical and physiological studies. Other topics include the separation of amino acids by ion exchange chromatography; sugar refining and by-product recovery; and ion exchange recovery of alkaloids. This publication is a good reference for chemists and students interested in ion exchange.
Ion exchange is a powerful tool in chemical analysis and scientific research. The main focus in this book is on ion exchange polymers: ion exchange resins, chelating resins, imprinted (templated), and other functional polymers.
Author: Andrei A. Zagorodni
Ion Exchange Materials: Properties and Applications fills a "two-dimensional" gap in books currently available on the subject. Firstly, there is a lack of modern comprehensive publications on the chemistry of ion exchange materials and on the relationships between their properties and practical applications. Secondly, there are few books on ion exchange chemistry that are targeted to industrial R&D specialists and research students who (i) do not work with ion exchange on a daily basis, (ii) need to develop competence in this area, and (iii) find it difficult to start studying the subject from primary scientific publications. The book bridges these gaps by describing classical and modern theoretical concepts, as well as practical approaches for using ion exchange materials. Ion exchange materials combine properties of homogeneous and heterogeneous materials. Besides being an interesting subject for investigation, they are essential in a wide variety of industrial technologies: in the chemical and biochemical industries, pharmacy, medicine, microelectronics, the nuclear industry, food production, waste treatment, and many other areas. Ion exchange is a powerful tool in chemical analysis and scientific research. The main focus in this book is on ion exchange polymers: ion exchange resins, chelating resins, imprinted (templated), and other functional polymers. It provides an in-depth study of ion exchange materials, suitable for postgraduate students and R&D industrial specialists in chemistry, chemical and biochemical technology. Comprehensively covers the subject Provides links between theoretical concepts, material properties, practical applications, and technical solutions Easy to understand - requires only ground knowledge of university-level chemistry and can be read without an in-depth knowledge of mathematics Supported with an interactive website
More specifically, this volume focuses on the synthesis, characterization, and modelling of ion-exchange materials and their associated kinetics and equilibria.
Author: Inamuddin Dr.
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Ion-exchange Technology I: Theory and Materials describes the theoretical principles of ion-exchange processes. More specifically, this volume focuses on the synthesis, characterization, and modelling of ion-exchange materials and their associated kinetics and equilibria. This title is a highly valuable source not only to postgraduate students and researchers but also to industrial R&D specialists in chemistry, chemical, and biochemical technology as well as to engineers and industrialists.
Experts in environmental engineering, the authors hold nine patents related to ion exchange. In this book they share their expertise, taking you through the entire design process.
Author: Anthony M. Wachinski
Publisher: CRC Press
Environmental Ion Exchange: Principles and Design contains the most important ion exchange-related design and application issues. Using tables, graphs, and conversion tables, this book teaches you the basics, giving you the knowledge to use ion exchange to reuse, recover, and recycle. This hands-on guide explains how to apply ion exchange to reuse wastewaters, recover valuable chemicals, and recycle industrial waters. For anyone who is designing unconventional ion exchange systems, or who needs a fundamental knowledge of ion exchange, this is the perfect working reference. Experts in environmental engineering, the authors hold nine patents related to ion exchange. In this book they share their expertise, taking you through the entire design process. Each chapter stands on its own, allowing rapid access to each topic of interest. Examples are abundant throughout, and most chapters provide reference sections for further reference and research. With Environmental Ion Exchange: Principles and Design, you will learn innovative, cost-effective solutions to water and wastewater problems.
Ion-Exchange Chromatography of Proteins serves as an important reference for analytical, agricultural, food, and pharmaceutical chemists, chromatographers, food scientists and technologists, biochemists, and biotechnologists. Book jacket.
Author: Shuichi Yamamoto
Publisher: CRC Press
Showing chemists how to predict ion-exchange chromatography (IEC) separation behavior and how to determine appropriate operating conditions, this reference illustrates procedures, apparatus, and types of ion exchangers, emphasizing the design and application of large-scale IEC. Complete with more than 100 useful tables and diagrams, Ion-Exchange Chromatography of Proteins explains the effects of each variable on separation behavior ... compares models and equations describing separation behavior of proteins in IEC with experimental results ... introduces design calculation procedures for scale up, adapting IEC for individual requirements ... discusses parameters affecting separation behavior, including adsorption equilibria, stationary phase diffusion, and axial dispersion ... provides examples of the most up-to-date applications, such as high- or medium-performance IEC and large-scale operations ... and reviews both theoretical and experimental literature. Ion-Exchange Chromatography of Proteins serves as an important reference for analytical, agricultural, food, and pharmaceutical chemists, chromatographers, food scientists and technologists, biochemists, and biotechnologists. Book jacket.
This book provides comprehensive coverage of developments in ion exchange areas which would continue to have major impacts in the general pursuit of pollution control and pollution prevention.
Author: Arup K. SenGupta
Publisher: CRC Press
This book provides comprehensive coverage of developments in ion exchange areas which would continue to have major impacts in the general pursuit of pollution control and pollution prevention. Its nine chapters can be split into four different theme areas: trace contaminants removals; new materials; desalination and finally controlling gaseous pollutants. This would have value for practicing engineers, scientists and researchers who are pertaining to ion exchange technology. It would also server the needs of those trying to explore and identify new technologies in the areas of pollution control and pollution prevention.
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Author: Moshin Qureshi
Publisher: CRC Press
The book provides an in-depth discussion regarding inorganic ion exchangers for students, teachers, and researchers engaged in conducting research in chemical technology and related areas. Analytical chemists seeking simple and novel means of using easy-to-prepare chromatographic materials will find this book extremely informative. Inorganic Ion Exchangers in Chemical Analysis is unique in its discussion of column and planar chromatographic applications of amorphous synthetic inorganic ion exchangers. The book also covers the historical background of iorganic ion exchangers, their classification and present status, and the analytical aspects of these materials.
This book contains information about the technological development of ion exchange in their application for industrial processes.
Author: Ayben Kilislioglu
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
This book contains information about the technological development of ion exchange in their application for industrial processes. Widely used and well known fields of ion exchange like chromatography and electromembrane technology are described in this book with experimental details. Designing new materials for nanotechnology and nanomaterials as ion exchanger are also explained by experimental proofs. Ion exchange book is suitable not only for postgraduate students but also for researchers in chemistry, biochemistry and chemical technology.
This book briefly narrates the fundamentals and preparations of MIPs, and particularly focus on the research advances relevant to human-living environment including water, atmosphere and soil.
Author: Norman Spencer
Ion exchange materials are extremely effective absorbents generally containing some functional groups with insoluble structures, which have high affinity capacities towards the targets among a series of structurally similar ions or ion groups. In recent decades, the various methods used to preparing the absorbents for contaminant removal and resource recycle from environment have been extensively studied under the backgrounds of environment pollution and resource shortages. Molecular imprinting technology (MIT) was developed rapidly as a research hot topic to prepare ion exchange materials with shape memory effects. In consideration of the advantages of molecular imprinted polymers (MIPs), including high adsorption capacities, high selectivity, easy recycle etc., their applications in the separation and concentration of target molecules or ions have been widely explored. This book briefly narrates the fundamentals and preparations of MIPs, and particularly focus on the research advances relevant to human-living environment including water, atmosphere and soil. An overview of the most important applications of the ion exchange method in the treatment of industrial wastewaters which contain heavy metal ions, and the main environmental benefits of this method are highlighted. The most important ion exchangers used in environment remediation processes, including their classification and environmental utilisations, are presented as well. The influence of operating conditions on the ion exchange process is discussed, both from efficiency and mechanism perspectives. Also, the opportunities and challenges, which make that the ion exchange method to be still an important research issue at international level, are reviewed. Other chapters familiarise the reader with innovative practices to develop sustainable water treatment methods; review the use of adsorption materials, including raw biomasses, and ion exchange resins for the treatment of olive mill wastewater; various examples of selective removal of heavy metal ions discharged in an effluent from electroplating plants, metal finishing operations, as well as mining and electronics industries through ion exchange are presented and finally; the principal mechanisms and specific features of the copper ion exchange in alkali silicate glasses is explored.
Ion exchangers are used for isotope separation in nuclear industry and for purification of water.
Publisher: Cuvillier Verlag
Ion exchangers are used for isotope separation in nuclear industry and for purification of water. The advantages of ion exchange technology consist of the possibility to remove highly diluted contaminants and their insensitivity to variations in flow and concentration. Ion exchange resins are chemically active and highly stable in their physical and chemical structure. Due to these specific properties, they will not contaminate products. The main objectives of this study were to determine the background contamination of commercially available ion exchange resins, effective pre-treatment (washing) methods, efficiency of resins in capturing various nutrients applied and the best methods for the storage of the resins. Resin rinsing with 1.0 M NaCl was highly effective, although it did not eliminate the problem of high K+ contamination in the resins. Pre-treatment with 1 M NaCl had no major effect on the absorption behaviour of NO3-. At the 20% saturation level, resin washing and fast flow of the nutrient solution certainly reduces the absorption capacity of the ion exchange resins. However, against our expectations at 80% saturation, the combined effects of washing and slow flow of nutrients increased the sorption capacity of ion exchange resins to a certain extent. The analysis of the leachate solution revealed that NH4+ and NO3- were below detection limit in the leachate solution suggesting the complete absorption of these ions by ion exchange resins irrespective of the applied nutrient concentration. The washing with 1.0 M NaCl solution seems to be the best of our treatments but there are still additional impurities from exchange resins being responsible for excessive recovery rate. Better recovery of nutrients in refrigerator treatments compared to air dry, oven dry and deep freezer recommends that this method is the best storage treatment.