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... >2 × 10−3 M in our experiments. The stacks with ion-exchange resins are more preferable in the case of treatment of strongly diluted solutions (e.g. at the second stage following an ED with profiled membranes), as well as in the cases where it is necessary to use a compact unit characterized by ...
Desalination 222 (2008)
Desalination 200 (2006)
Transport phenomena in Nafion-117 perfluorosulphonic membranes have been studied by different techniques. Membrane electric conductivity has been measured under alternative current as a function of the equilibrating concentrations of MCl (M = Li, Na, K) and HCl solutions. Conductivities were foun ...
Desalination 170 (2004)
Transport competition between the protons and the alkyl metal cations Li+, Na+, K+ and Cs+ across a cationexchange membrane (CEM), called CMH, was studied in terms of an electrodialysis process with three different configurations: water/water (W/W), solvent/water (S/W) and solvent/solvent (S/S).
Desalination 168 (2004)
A review of works resulting in development of a hierarchic system of mathematical models is presented. Different scales of ion transport are considered: 1) in the membrane, where two approaches are used, the irreversible thermodynamics and modelling of the membrane material, the last permits to lin ...
Desalination 147 (2002)

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