Selection of Appropriate Resins for Piezodialysis
The very considerable developments of Staverman,1 Kedem and Katchalsky2 and others3 in the application of irreversible thermodynamics to ion-exchange membranes strongly suggest that it should be possible to concentrate a salt solution by passing a portion of the solution through a specially designed membrane. This phenomenon, called piezodialysis, has been observed with sodium chloride solutions.
KeywordsComposite Membrane Sodium Chloride Solution Point Efficiency Styrene Butadiene Coupling Ratio
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