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140-1341   Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. Ion Exchange Resins . AG MP-1M resin — this resin is the macroporous equivalent of AG 1 resin. Its effective surface area approximates 23 square meters per dry gram, 20% porosity. Bio-Rex 5 resins — contain primarily tertiary, but also some quaternary, amines on a styrene divinylbenzene lattice. Bio-Rex 5...
143-5832   Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. Ion Exchange Resins be converted from one form to another. AG resins are primarily used for the separation of low molecular weight compounds such as inorganic ions, organic acids, nucleic acids, or carbohydrates. AG 50W resin, AG MP-50 macroporous resin, and biotechnology grade AG 50W all offer strong acid cation...
CP20   Res-Kem LLC Deionizers Flanged and ASME Section IX Welded Valve Nest. Stainless Hub and Wedge Wire Screened Lateral Underdrain. NEMA 4XFG Electrical Enclosure. Automatic Backwash Flow Controller. Separate Cold Water Connection for Regeneration Cycles. High capacity, High Crosslinked Macroporous Cation Resin. ADVANTAGES: Quick...

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The technology for the manufacture of ion exchange resins has changed little since the development of the first synthetic styrene-divinylbenzene resins in the 40's. The production of resins in a stirred reactor results in the formation of resin beads with a polydispersed particle-sized distribution...

...styrene-divinylbenzene resins in the 40's. The production of resins in a stirred reactor results in the formation of resin beads with a polydispersed particle-sized distribution. Although new resin product development has been limited by this manufacturing process, ion exchange process application...

...of further. study: 1) How was the condensate polisher. sized? What design parameters. were employed?. 2) Could the polisher be constructed in. a material other than stainless steel?. 3) Are there other suitable ion. exchange resins that could be used?. 4) Does the condensate polishing. system’s external...

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