432 pages | 222 B/W Illus.
Alternating the focus of the series each year, the new volume in the Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction series represents the vanguard of research in ion exchange. Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction: A Series of Advances, Volume 18 reflects the remarkable breadth of applications inspiring the latest advances, featuring carefully selected contributors in areas including catalysis, molecular imprinting, drug delivery, nanotechnology, green processes, water treatment, and pollution control.
The book explores the properties of resins, synthetic polymers, and naturally occurring materials that exhibit ion exchange properties. It explains their role in synthesis reactions with experimental evidence, examples of reactions, and models. The book also provides useful data, calculations, modeling approaches, process variables, and design aspects to consider for a variety of novel applications.
Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction: A Series of Advances, Volume 18 offers an updated perspective on the current and potential capabilities of ion exchange materials in today's most cutting-edge applications.
"In summary, this volume reflects the remarkable breadth of applications inspiring the latest advances, featuring carefully selected contributors in areas including catalysis, molecular imprinting, drug delivery, nanotechnology, green processes, water treatment, and pollution control."
– J. Albaigés, CID-CSIC, in International Journal of Environmental Analytic Chemistry, March 2008, Vol. 88, No. 3
Sorption of Solvent Mixtures in Ion Exchange Resins: Influence of Elastic Properties on Swelling Equilibrium and Kinetics; T. Sainio, M. Laatikainen, and E. Paatero
Development of Simulated Moving Bed Reactor Using a Cation Exchange Resin as a Catalyst and Adsorbent for the Synthesis of Acetals; V.M.T.M. Silva, G.K. Gandi, and A.E. Rodrigues
Ion-Exchange Resins in Drug Delivery; S.K. Bajpai, M. Bajpai, and S. Saxena
Biopolymers as Supports for Heterogeneous Catalysis: Focus on Chitosan, a Promising Aminopolysaccharide; E. Guibal, T. Vincent, F.P. Blondet
Ion Exchange Selectivity as a Surrogate Indicator of Relative Permeability of Homovalent Ions in Reverse Osmosis Processes; P. Mukherjee and A.K. Sengupta
Chitosan: a Versatile Biopolymer for Separation, Purification and Concentration of Metal Ions; K. Inoue
Short-Bed Ion Exchange; C.J. Brown