The aim of these volumes is not to cover all phases of ion-exchange theory, which may be found in general texts, nor to cover every application in the literature, or to show an engineer ways on how to become an expert in the field so he coulddo it all by himself. The main purpose of these books is to show the practical engineer what has been done in various types of applications of ion-exchange processes in pollution control, how to set up laboratory tests, the problems that may be encountered to identify the individuals and organizations who are experts in the various phases of ion exchange, and most importantly, to emphasize the new developments in the polymers with active sites that offer new approaches to wastewater treatment methods.

part |38 pages

Organic Applications

chapter 1|13 pages

Sorption of Organic Substances

ByF. X. Pollio

chapter 2|6 pages

Base Recovery from Spent Sulfite Liquor

ByA. Himsley

chapter 3|8 pages

Decolorizing Wood Pulp Bleaching Effluents

ByC. Calmon

part |76 pages

Other Applications

chapter 5|21 pages

Water Treatment in Nuclear Power Plants

ByG. P. Simon

chapter 6|14 pages

Reclamation of High-Sulfate Irrigation Drainage Water for Power Plant Cooling

ByH. H. Sephton, G. Klein

chapter 7|12 pages

Municipal Waste Effluent Treatment

ByI. R. Higgins, R. C. Chopra

chapter 8|6 pages

Regenerant Wastes

ByC. Calmon

chapter 9|6 pages

Water as an Eluting Agent for Ion-Exchange Processes

ByC. Calmon

chapter 10|12 pages

Laboratory Evaluations of Ion-Exchange Processes

ByS. A. Fisher, F. X. McGarvey

chapter 11|4 pages

Ion Exchange as an Analytical Tool in Pollution Control

ByH. F. Walton

part |34 pages

Uses of Polymers with Active Sites

chapter 12|17 pages

Coagulants and Flocculants

ByL. B. Luttinger

chapter 13|6 pages

Sludge Dewatering with Polyelectrolytes

ByW. Schwoyer

chapter 14|10 pages

Polyelectrolyte Dispersants

ByJ. F. Wilkes

part |88 pages

New Developments

chapter 15|5 pages

Specific Ion Exchangers

ByC. Calmon

chapter 16|6 pages

Immobilized Enzymes

ByF. L. Burnett

chapter 17|2 pages

Liquid Ion Exchangers

ByC. Calmon

chapter 18|10 pages

Liquid Membrane Systems

ByJ. W. Frankenfeld, N. N. Li

chapter 19|4 pages

Extracting Resins

ByC. Calmon

chapter 20|18 pages

Starch-Based Products in Heavy Metal Removal

ByR. E. Wing

chapter 22|9 pages

Cellulose Ion-Exchange Adsorbents

ByM. C. Rowe

chapter 23|12 pages

Magnetic Micro-Ion-Exchange Resins

ByB. A. Bolto

chapter 24|10 pages

Application of Molecular Sieve Zeolites to Pollution Abatement

ByJ. D. Sherman