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G2. G3. Kl. Ml. M2. NI. N2. PI. P2. Rl. SI. Tl. Ul. Wl. W2. W3. Adams, B. , and Holmes, E. , J. Soc. Chem. Ind. 54, 1 (1935). Bauman, W. , / . Am. Chem. Soc. 69, 2830 (1947). Bauman, W. S. Patent 2,614,099 (Oct. 14, 1952). D'Alelio, G. S. Patent 2,366,007 (Dec. 26, 1945). , Ann. physik. Chem. 106, 126 (1858). , Jahrb. preuss. geol. Landesanstalt 26, 179 (1905). Gregor, H. , and Marcus, R. , / . Am. Chem. Soc. 76, 1984 (1954). Gregor, H. , Held, K. , Anal. Chem. 23, 620 (1951). Kay, J. , Bregman, J.

Corrosion 9, No. 5, 152. Bobalek, E. , Corrosion 10, No. 2, 73. " 1951. Uhlig, H. " Wiley, New York, 1948. CHAPTER 4 MASS TRANSFER AND EQUILIBRIA W . A. 1 Introduction A. Ion Exchange as a Unit Operation B. 2 Equilibrium A. Binary Systems a. Favorable and Unfavorable Equilibria b. Equilibrium Theory c. Effect of Concentration d. Effect of Different Exchange Groups e. Deionization B. Complex Mixtures a. Ternary Equilibria b. Trace Conditions c. Complexing Agents C. 3 Rate Mechanism Theory A. The Steps of Ion Exchange B.

40 J. W. MICHENER AND H. E. LTJNDBERG The advantage of a certain type of instrumentation is obvious, but details of system controls will be discussed in a later section. I t will be noted, however, that where corrosion is a problem, the same care must be given to the selection as in the case of pipe, valves, distributors, cells, etc. IV. 9 General In any system regardless of size or complexity of operation, certain fixed control conditions must be maintained to assure its successful operation. These are: 1.

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