Irregular Phenomena in "Ideal" Binary Ion Exchange View Full Text


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DATE

2000-12

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A. Motl

ABSTRACT

The model of "ideal" binary ion exchange based upon the competitive sorption of two different cations onto elementary anionic units of dissociated ion-exchanger was developed. The explanation of several phenomena, which are considered to be incompatible with the conception of "ideal" ion exchange, has been suggested, in the frame of this model. General equation of sorption isotherm has been derived and conditions, under which it turns to Langmuir's isotherm, were specified. This work is oriented rather to inorganic ion-exchangers than to those classical organic ones. More... »

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575-580

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