Accession Number : ADA297626
Title : Investigations of the Ion Exchange Resins in Use in South Africa,
Corporate Author : ROHM AND HAAS CO PHILADELPHIA PA
Personal Author(s) : Fisher, Sallie A.
PDF Url : ADA297626
Report Date : 28 AUG 1952
Pagination or Media Count : 18
Abstract : An investigation of the "poisoned" Compound A and Amberlite IRA-400 in use at Western Reefs, South Africa indicates that silica is the principal cause of the sudden losses of uranium capacity. Regeneration with sodium sulfide has restored relatively new Compound A and IRA-400 to their original capacities but old IRA-400 has only 75 per cent of its original capacity after this treatment. Periodic alkaline regeneration to remove accumulated silica is recommended. jg p.3
Descriptors : *ION EXCHANGE RESINS, CAPACITY(QUANTITY), SILICON DIOXIDE, SODIUM, POISONING, LOSSES, ACCUMULATION, URANIUM, SULFIDES, SOUTH AFRICA, ALKALINITY, REGENERATION(ENGINEERING), REEFS.
Subject Categories : Physical Chemistry
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE