The ion-exchange resin KB-6 possesses differing radiation stability in the H+, Na+, and Cu+2 forms.
In the irradiation of the ion-exchange resin in the H+ and Cu+2 forms in water and in the Na+ form in the dry state in a dose of 0.2–1.8 · 1023 eV/g, the ion-exchange properties of the irradiated samples change negligibly; in the case of irradiation in the Na+ form in water at the same dose, a decrease in the capacity and an increase in the swelling are observed.
A hypothesis was advanced on the special role of the water of hydration in the transmission of absorbed energy in the ion-exchange resin.
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Kiseleva, E.D., Chmutov, K.V., Klientovskaya, M.M. et al. Investigation of the radiation stability of the carboxyl cation-exchange resin KB-6. Russ Chem Bull 13, 925–929 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01141643
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