Ion exchange membranes

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  • Piper Diagrams in Chemistry Water Analysis

    Piper Diagrams in Chemistry Water Analysis

    Arthur M. Piper introduced the Piper diagram in 1994. It is used for studying water chemistry and quality. The Piper diagram helps in the segregation of analytical data necessary for determining the sources of the constituents dissolved in water. The applicability of the procedure is possible due to natural water having anions and cations in chemical equilibrium. The most abundant cations in ...

  • Major Investment in PFAS Cleanup Projected

    Major Investment in PFAS Cleanup Projected

    These dangerous ‘forever chemicals’ are found in water and food supplies Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are man-made chemicals that are so resistant to breakdown in the ...

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  • Ion Exchange (IX) Treatment System
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    Ion Exchange (IX) Treatment System

    Ion Exchange (IX) is a method of removing undesirable metallic salt ions from water by exchanging them with other ions attached to a media or resin. This chemical process occurs because ions have differing affinities for the resin and these ions will replace ions with less attraction as they flow over the media. The ions most often used as the exchange ions are sodium and chloride. Ions typically ...