ION EXCHANGE MEMBRANES - A TUTORIAL ON PROPERTIES, USES AND COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL.
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Ion exchange membranes are non-woven materials modified to provide specific ion binding and ion passage capabilities. Usually monopolar, these membranes are also available in bipolar combinations. Applications for these membranes are at all levels, large scale and small speciality needs. Ion exchange membranes will find application in the biotechnology, chemical, electronic, energy, environmental, food, pharmaceutical and water supply industries. Early membranes were primarily cellulosic types, or semisynthetic membranes today are made from many different polymers, with considerable attention given to polymer morphology and properties.
Nonwovens, Symposium Notes of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry
Barnett, S. M.. "ION EXCHANGE MEMBRANES - A TUTORIAL ON PROPERTIES, USES AND COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL.." Nonwovens, Symposium Notes of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry , (1987): 55-58. https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/che_facpubs/84