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2012‑01 Use of Seawater to Regenerate Shallow-Shell Cation Resin Donald D. Downey Efficiently using seawater to regenerate strongly acidic cation (SAC) resins used in softening ap...
2008‑11 Is Cation Conductivity Monitoring Relevant For Todayï¾’s Combined Cycle Power Plant? Luis Carvalho, P.E., Thomas James, and William E. Hunter The PowerSmith Cogeneration facility is a 120-megawatt (MW) combined cycle, cogeneration plant lo...
2008‑10 A Way to Optimize Cation/Anion Resin Replacement Frequency Ted Chiu et al. T he traditional approach for determining replacement of cation/anion resins in the pretreatment ...
2008‑10 Achieving Ultra-Low-Level Measurement of Anions and Cations in Semiconductor High-Purity Water S.M. Rahmat Ullah et al. High-purity water is of utmost importance in the semiconductor industry. Parameters such as sili...
2008‑09 Removal Of Cu (II) From An Aqueous Solution And Environmental Samples Using Strong Cationic Resin Fathi K. Awad Ion-exchange (IX) remains widely used, with more than 80% of their applications presently being i...
1999‑04 Evaluating cation conductivity temperature compensation David M. Gray & Anthony C. Bevilacqua

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