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Journal of Applied Electrochemistry

, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 283–294 | Cite as

Ion exchange membranes and separation processes with chemical reactions

Reviews of Applied Electrochemistry 26

Abstract

Recent research trends in the development of ion exchange membranes and their use in separation processes with chemical reactions are reviewed. Emphasis in research on the ion exchange membrane is trending toward analysis of micro-structure of the membranes and to development of new functionalized ion exchange membranes in response to industrial requirements. Separation processes with chemical reactions are discussed according to the following classifications: (1) double decomposition of electrolytes; (2) production of acid and base by bipolar ion exchange membrane processes; (3) separators for electrolysis; (4) separators for batteries; (5) use as solid polyelectrolytes; (6) active transport through ion exchange membranes; (7) acceleration of chemical reactions by ion exchange membranes; (8) carrier transport in ion exchange membranes; (9) transducers for electrical signals from chemical reactions; and (10) modified electrodes.

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Physical Chemistry Active Transport Electrical Signal Separation Process Modify Electrode 
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  • T. Sata
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  1. 1.Research and Development DivisionTokuyama Soda Co. Ltd.Tokuyama City, Yamaguchi PrefectureJapan

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