Kinetics of anion exchange accompanied by fast irreversible reaction

EE GRAHAM EE*, JS DRANOFF JS

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The kinetics of binary anion exchange accompanied by a fast irreversible reaction at the exchanger surface was studied. The process was analyzed assuming rate control by film diffusion, intraparticle diffusion and a combination of both mech- anisms. The results indicated that models based on the individual mechanisms gave quite satisfactory representations of the data under appropriate conditions, but the combined model appears superior, especially under normally intraparticle diffusion controlled conditions.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalAIChE Pap 13c 64th annu meeting San Francisco, Calif, Nov 28-Dec 2 1971
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017

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Ion exchange
Negative ions
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