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This revised quantity covers the sensible functions of ion trade and the synthesis of natural ion alternate resins, which span 60 years of improvement. It covers the improvement of ion alternate fabrics and their usage in commercial methods. Key functions in such components as water purification, hydrometallurgy and chromatography are defined and supported by way of chapters at the comparable medical basics governing equilibria and kinetics. 22 experiments are distinctive, which not just praise a bankruptcy devoted to the characterization of natural exchangers, but in addition serve to demonstrate a number of natural and utilized ideas concerning ion alternate phenomena.

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As industrial ion exchangers they are preferable and furthermore they are readily synthesized and in this form may possess even better ion exchange capacities than their naturally occurring counterparts. 7 Diagrammatic structure of faujasite and related synthetic zeolites (Reproduced by permission from J. Dwyer and A. Dyer, Chem. Ind. (London), 1984, 237) ‘Permutits’ as they were called, were used by Gans for developing the water softening process at the beginning of this century. The word ‘Permutit’ is derived from the Greek meaning ‘to exchange’.

Yet with all these shortcomings they were in use as cation exchangers in industrial water treatment applications until as late as the mid-1970s. Now though, they can be regarded as obsolete. Condensation Polymers The first completely synthetic ion exchange resins were prepared by B. A. Adams and E. L. Holmes in 1935. The basis of their synthesis was the condensation polymerization of methanal (formaldehyde) with phenol or polysubstituted benzene compounds to give, after * Unless otherwise stated the hydrated hydroxonium ion H 3 0 + is implied but written H + for convenience.

1. Weak Base Functionality. Amination with dimethylaminopropylamine (DMAPA) introduces a tertiary amine functional group. 6 Addition polymerization synthesis o f acrylic anion exchange resins 2. Strong base functionality. 6 a subsequent 'quaternization' step employing chloromethane (methyl chloride) converts the weak base product to the strongly basic quaternary ammonium resin. Chapter 2 32 3 . Bzfunctionality . Although bifunctional properties may be obtained by physically mixing weak and strong functional resins, a truly bifunctional exchanger is one which contains both types of group within the same bead.

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