Ion Exchange at the Millennium: Proceedings of IEX 2000

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World Scientific, Jan 1, 2000 - Science - 390 pages
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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.

 

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Contents

A Historical Perspective of Ion Exchange Technology
1
Ion Exchange Membranes and Combined Technologies Choices for
12
The Effect of Cation Resin Properties on Mixed Bed Performance in Condensate
19
The Technology of Rinsing in Ion Exchange Systems
27
A Review of the Morpholine Form Condensate Polishing System at Oldburyon
35
Module Design Considerations for
44
New Advances in the Production of Ultra Low TOC Effluents with Virgin
52
Ion Exchange Modeling of Borates for Ultrapure Water Applications
61
Potentiometric Titration of Polyfunctional Ion Exchangers
193
Computerized Description of the Concentration Waves in Nonlinear
201
The Use of Selectivity Coefficients to Evaluate the Efficiency of Ion Exchange
210
Model Based Comparison of Various Methods for Three Component Separation
219
Distributor Effect on Expanded Bed Adsorption
230
A Molecular
238
Synthesis and Ion ExchangeCoordinating Properties of Resins with
247
Macronet The Birth and Development of a Technology
261

How to Handle Suspended Solids within Ion Exchange Resin IER Packed
69
Lewatit MonoPlus The Latest Generation of Monodisperse Ion Exchange
77
The Eliminate Project Zero Effluent Nitrate Removal and Destruction from
85
The Microbiogical Quality of Ion Exchange Softened Water
93
Removal of Arsenic from Potable Water by Ion Exchange Resins
101
Nuclear
109
Development of an Advanced Ion Exchange Process for the Reprocessing
116
Modelling the Ion Exchange Properties of Geological Materials and Implications
124
The Enhancement of Ammonium Ion Removal onto Columns of Clinoptilolite
133
A New PolymericInorganic Hybrid Sorbent for Selective Arsenic Removal
142
Preparation and Utilisation of Synthetic Zeolite fromPFA Waste
150
Utilization of Sardinian Natural Clinoptilolites for Heavy Metals
158
Clay Supported Extractants for the Removal of Copper II from Aqueous
166
Selective Adsorption of Palladium on Insoluble Copper Ferrocyanides
175
Sorption of Trace Heavy Metals by HypersolMacronet Polymer and Weakly
183
A Shortcut to Higher Regeneration Efficiency with Shallow Shell Resins
269
Separation of Hydroxycitric Acid from Fruit Pectins and Polyhydroxyphenols
279
Elution Chromatography and Displacement Chromatography of Amino Acids
289
Regeneration of a Styrenic Divinylbenzenic Strong Base Resin for Sugar
298
Development of a Palatable Liquid Formulation of a Bitter Tasting Drug using
306
Use of Anion Exchangers for the Separation of Two Isoenzymes
314
Surface Molecular Imprinted Resins Recognizable Amino Acid Chirality
322
Synthesis of Sodium Hydroxide from
330
SwollenState Morphology of Hypersulfonated Ion Exchanger Catalysts
338
Evaluation of Metal Uptake of Purolites Novel Weak Base and Chelating
345
The Adsorption of Base Metals and Precious Metals on IR200 Ion Exchange
353
Extraction of Gold Cyanide from Leaching Solutions from Auriferous Residues
361
Separation of Mixtures of Dissolved Heavy Metals by Means of Parametric
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