Anion exchange resin selectivity as a function of resin composition, revisited

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It is found that the Cl3CO2-Cl-and ReO4-Cl-(and presumably the ClO4-Cl-) Dowex 1 anion-exchange resin systems show no change or only a moderate increase in KB Clwith increasing Cl-mole fraction. This is in contradiction to a previous study with Dowex 2 resin that showed a very marked decrease in KB Cl. Thus, these systems show the same behavior as other univalent anion exchange systems, and there is no need to invoke a special ion-pair cluster mechanism. © 1974.

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Bucher, J., Diamond, R. M., & Chu, B. (1974). Anion exchange resin selectivity as a function of resin composition, revisited. Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, 36(3), 645–647. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-1902(74)80126-0

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