Some fundamental aspects of the behaviour of ion exchange equipment

Some fundamental aspects of the behaviour of ion exchange equipment EDWARD J . FARKAS University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario and ALEXANDER HIMSLEY Himsley Engineering Limited, Toronto, Ontario on exchange in fixed beds i s a well-established technology. A t t h e same time there is increasing interest in carrying out ion exchange processes i n agitated vessels. The advantages have been discussed frequently"-". Furthermore, a series of agitated vessels of proper design would o f f e r the possibility of continuous operation"), as against t h e cyclic operation necessary with fixed beds. I n an agitated vessel, t h e beads of ion exchange resin a r e suspended in the liquid and can move about freely. However in many respects the process which is occurring in an agitated o r well-mixed bed a n d in a fixed bed is the same. The feed i s a solution containing concentration C, of the ion to be transferred. Consider t h a t a t time t = 0 we begin t o feed this solution to a mass of resin which is initially free of the ion of interest. It will then be found that the concentration of this ion in the effluent f http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering Wiley

Some fundamental aspects of the behaviour of ion exchange equipment

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1975 Wiley Subscription Services
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0008-4034
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1939-019X
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10.1002/cjce.5450530521
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Abstract

EDWARD J . FARKAS University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario and ALEXANDER HIMSLEY Himsley Engineering Limited, Toronto, Ontario on exchange in fixed beds i s a well-established technology. A t t h e same time there is increasing interest in carrying out ion exchange processes i n agitated vessels. The advantages have been discussed frequently"-". Furthermore, a series of agitated vessels of proper design would o f f e r the possibility of continuous operation"), as against t h e cyclic operation necessary with fixed beds. I n an agitated vessel, t h e beads of ion exchange resin a r e suspended in the liquid and can move about freely. However in many respects the process which is occurring in an agitated o r well-mixed bed a n d in a fixed bed is the same. The feed i s a solution containing concentration C, of the ion to be transferred. Consider t h a t a t time t = 0 we begin t o feed this solution to a mass of resin which is initially free of the ion of interest. It will then be found that the concentration of this ion in the effluent f

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The Canadian Journal of Chemical EngineeringWiley

Published: Jan 1, 1975

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