Ion Exchange and Solvent Extracion: A Series of Advances

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Overview

This text introduces a special class of polymeric ligand exchanger (PLE) with high affinities for anionic ligands. Volume 14 discusses the potential and advantages of micro- and nanofiltration membrane processes for removal of metals; details prevailing equilibrium relationships and supporting experimental data for systems where leaching and ion exchange take place simultaneously; covers cases of uranium cation and gold cyanide anion bisorption and modelling of engineered systems.

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Australian Mineral Foundation
This authoritative reference is important to research workers and those using ion-exchange, solvent extraction or metal-natural colloid reactions and processes. This is a multidisciplinary study of importance to operators in many fields such as environmental chemists, geochemists, biochemists, membrane researchers, and hydrometallurgists.
Chromatography
As with the previous volumes the standard of publication is high, with contributory articles being clearly written, comprehensive and containing clear diagrams.... "...recommended.
Booknews
Presents current advances and results in solvent extraction, treating ion exchange and solvent extraction both as discrete topics and as a unified, multidisciplinary study. Coverage includes extraction of salts by mixed liquid ion exchangers, acid extraction by acid-base- coupled extractions, host-guest complexation as a tool for solvent extraction and membrane transport of bioorganic compounds, new technologies for metal ion separations, solid-liquid extraction by solvent-impregnated resins, and principles of solvent extraction of alkali metal ions. Of interest to chemists, biophysicists, hydrometallurgists, membrane researchers, and chemical engineers. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Eight chapters written by chemists, chemical engineers, and civil and environmental engineers from Asia, Australia, North America, and Africa address current developments in the area of environmental separation by ion exchange. Topics include the role of bifunctionality in the design of ion-selective complexants in polymer-supported reagents; recovery of valuable species from dissolving solids using ion exchange; polymeric ligand-based functionalized materials and membranes for ion exchange; biosorption of metal cations and anions; synthesis and application of functionalized organo-ceramic selective adsorbents; environmental separation through polymeric ligand exchange; imprinted metal-selective ion exchanger; and synthesis and characterization of a new class of hybrid inorganic sorbents for heavy metals removal. Includes a few b&w illustrations, mostly consisting of line drawings and charts. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Polymer-supported reagents - the role of bifunctionality in the design of ion-selective complexants; recovery of valuable species from dissolving solids using ion exchange; polymeric ligand-based functionalized materials and membranes for ion exchange; biosorption of metal cations and anions; synthesis and application of functionalized organo-ceramic selective adsorbents; environmental separation through polymeric ligand exchange; imprinted metal-selective ion exchanger; synthesis and characterization of a new class of hybrid inorganic sorbents for heavy metals removal.

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