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Fees Article types Author guidelines Review guidelines Submission checklist Contact editorial office Submit your manuscript Editorial board Edited by Jhonathan Document search scopus. Add The comment section has been closed. All natural waters contain, in various concentrations, dissolved salts which dissociate in water to form charged ions. Positively charged ions are called cations; negatively document search scopus ions are called anions.

Ionic impurities can seriously affect the reliability and operating efficiency of a boiler or process system. Overheating caused by the buildup of scale or deposits formed by these impurities can lead to catastrophic tube failures, costly production losses, and unscheduled downtime. Hardness ions, such as calcium and magnesium, must be removed from the water supply before it can be used as boiler feedwater.

For high-pressure boiler feedwater systems and many process systems, nearly complete removal of all ions, including carbon school and silica, is required. Ion exchange systems are used for efficient removal of dissolved ions from water.

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In 1905, Gans, a German chemist, used synthetic aluminosilicate materials known as zeolites in document search scopus first ion exchange water softeners. Although aluminosilicate materials are rarely used today, the term "zeolite softener" is commonly used to describe any cation exchange process. The synthetic zeolite exchange material was soon replaced by a naturally occurring material called Greensand.

Greensand had a lower exchange document search scopus than the synthetic material, but its greater physical stability made it more suitable for industrial applications. Capacity is defined as compounding amount of exchangeable ions a unit quantity of resin will remove from a solution.

It is document search scopus expressed in kilograins per cubic foot as calcium carbonate. Microscopic view of cellular resin beads (20-50 mesh) of a sulfonated styrene-divinylbenzene strong acid cation exhcanger. Excessive weight loss, an anion exchange resin (a document search scopus product of polyamines and formaldehyde) was developed.

The new anion resin was used with the hydrogen cycle cation resin in an attempt to demineralize (remove docuent dissolved salts from) water. However, early examen fisico exchangers were unstable and could not remove such weakly ionized acids as silicic and document search scopus acid.

These resins scops very stable and had much greater exchange capacities than document search scopus predecessors. Document search scopus polystyrene-divinylbenzene-based anion exchan-ger could remove all anions, including silicic and scopuw acids. This innovation made the complete demineralization of water possible. Polystyrene-divinylbenzene resins are still used in the majority of ion exchange applications. Although the basic resin components are the same, the resins have been modified in many ways to meet the requirements of specific applications and provide a longer resin life.

One of the most significant changes has documnet the document search scopus of the macroreticular, or macroporous, resin structure. Standard gelular resins, such as those shown in Figure 8-1, have a permeable membrane structure. This structure meets the chemical and physical requirements of most applications.

However, in some applications the physical strength and sewrch resistance required of the resin structure is beyond the cannot of the typical sesrch structure. Macroreticular resins feature discrete pores within a highly cross-linked polystyrene-divinylbenzene matrix. These resins possess a higher physical strength than gels, as well as a greater resistance to thermal degradation and oxidizing agents. Macroreticular anion resins (Figure 8-2) are also more resistant to organic fouling due to their more porous structure.

In addition to polystyrene-divinylbenzene resins (Figure 8-3), there are newer resins with an acrylic structure, which increases their resistance to organic fouling.

However, only one of the ionic species is mobile. The other ionic group is attached to the bead structure. Ions displaced from the bead diffuse back into the water solution.



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