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Thermal be haviour of air-dry, strongly acidic cationexchange resins containing various counter eO 160 2W Hydrated /on i/o/ume ml ions has been investigated by the author and his coworkers. Derivative thermograFIG. 8. Relation between the specific volume of the vimetric (DTG) and thermogravimetric strongly acidic ion-exchan (TG) curves obtained with derivatograph ge resin Dowex 50 χ 10 and are shown in Fig. 9. This figure shows the volume of hydrated well the considerable differences of water counter ions** content of resins loaded with different ions.
Analytical Applications of Ion Exchangers by J. Inczédy and I. Buzás (Auth.)