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ion exchange

n.
A reversible chemical reaction between an insoluble solid and a solution during which ions may be interchanged, used in water softening and in the separation of radioactive isotopes.
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ion exchange

n
(Chemistry) the process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble solid, usually a resin. It is used to soften water, to separate radioactive isotopes, and to purify certain industrial chemicals
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i′on exchange`


n.
the process of reciprocal transfer of ions between a solution and a resin or other suitable solid.
[1920–25]
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Noun1.ion exchange - a process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble (usually resinous) solidion exchange - a process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble (usually resinous) solid; widely used in industrial processing
natural action, natural process, action, activity - a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); "the action of natural forces"; "volcanic activity"
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ion exchange

nscambio ionico
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This study confirms that an efficient anion exchanger can be generated from low-cost agricultural residue such as bottle gourd shell, as starting material which contains significant amounts of cellulose and lignin.
The adsorption studies of organic acids and phenolic compounds onto weakly basic ion exchanger resin were carried out in Erlenmeyer flasks where 0.1 g of the dry anion exchanger and 0.02 L of each sample which were octanoic acid (250, 500, 750, and 1000 mg/L), hexanoic acid (100, 200, 300, and 400 mg/L), rutin (25, 50, 75, and 100 mg/L), scopoletin (25, 50, 75, and 100 mg/L), and quercetin (25, 50, 75, and 100 mg/L) were added without pH adjustment.
Conclusion: The present study indicates a possible interaction between ROS and anion exchanger in acute HPV.
In the work of other authors, a HIX containing CuO was obtained by a column method with the use of a microporous (gel-type) strongly alkaline anion exchanger whose functional groups were converted in the first step into tetrachlorocuprate(II) form [7].
The influence of PID on B3 was studied evaluating spectrophotometrically its effect on anion exchanger functionality after pretreatment of RBCs with PID (100 [micro]M) and comparing the results with the control.
The objective of this study is to develop anion exchanger membrane chromatography from regenerated cellulose membrane by attaching different spacer arm lengths of diamine monomer.
The ion-exchange fibers possessed better [Cl.sup.-] IEC than granular silica gel-based anion exchanger (32).
Zhao, "Adsorptive removal of Cr(VI) from water by anion exchanger based nanosized ferric oxyhydroxide hybrid adsorbent," Chemical and Biochemical EngineeringQuarterly, vol.
The UAE based company will install a conventional demineralisation plant featuring the latest industry equipment, including a degassed water tank, strong base anion exchanger, chemical injection pumps, air blower systems and a regeneration system that utilises bulk chemicals.
In the case of VA removal, an anion exchanger does the actual separation of the acetic acid from the fluid that has passed through the reverse osmosis membrane.
In order to measure the low levels of urinary iodide in the US population by the ISE method, a chromatographic procedure using strong anion exchanger cartridges in a positive displacement manifold (PDM) was developed by the senior author with the assistance of a precision machinist in order to separate iodide from the other halides--chloride, fluoride, and bromide.