Reflecting the sustained and diverse experimental momentum in the field of ion exchange, Volume 16 summarizes revolutionary advances on par with the consistently high-level research related by this series. This text discusses the kinetics, theoretical models, experimental results/supporting data, and applications for isothermal supersaturation, metal separation via pH-induced parametric pumping, and for ultrapure water (UPW). Topics also include the engineering of activated carbons and carbonaceous materials for removal of metal ions; hydrophobic ionizable organic compounds (HIOCs); the sorption/desorption mechanisms of organic micropollutants in water; and ion exchange process variables on perchlorate treatment.
Table of Contents
Adsorption and Ion-Exchange Properties of Engineered Activated Carbons and Carbonaceous Materials Michael Streat, Danish J. Malik, and Basudeb Saha Entropy-Driven Selective Ion Exchange for Hydrophobic Ionizable Organic Compounds (HIOCs) Ping Li and Arup K. SenGupta Ion-Exchange Isothermal Supersaturation: Concept, Problems, and Applications Dmitri N. Muraviev and Ruslan Khamizov Metal Separation by pH-Driven Parametric Pumping Wolfgang H. Holl, Randolf Keifer, Cornelia Stohr, and Christian Bartosch Selectivity Considerations in Modeling the Treatment of Perchlorate Using Ion-Exchange Processes Anthony R. Tripp and Dennis A. Clifford Ion-Exchange Kinetics for Ultrapure Water Dennis F. Hussey and Gary L. Foutch Index
SenGupta, Arup K.; Marcus, Yitzhak
"The overall quality of the book is very good and the topics covered are timely and interesting."
"With its distinguished editors and international authors contributing to each chapter, Ion exchange and solvent extraction volumes 16 and 17 provide detailed information on the fundamentals and advancements in the area of ion exchange and solvent extraction."
-Chemistry & Industry, Dec. 2005