ELECTRO-TRANSPORT OF LARGE ORGANIC ANIONS THROUGH ANION EXCHANGE MEMBRANES.

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Abstract

The rate of electromigration of large anions through an anion exchange membrane and changes in the electrochemical properties of the tested membrane were studied. Three different large organic anions were tested: Dodecylbenzenesulfonate (D. B. S. ) (M. W. 347. 45), and two pH-indicators known as Methyl organe (M. W. 327. 34) and Congo red (M. W. 696. 67). It was found that the first two compounds can pass through an anion exchange membrane at very low electrical efficiency, but the Congo red compound is too big to traverse an anion exchange membrane. The changes in the electrochemical properties of the membrane differed in each case.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - 1 Jan 1976
EventProc of the Int Symp on Fresh Water from the Sea, 5th, Event of the Eur Fed of Chem Eng, 162nd, Alghero -
Duration: 16 May 197620 May 1976

Conference

ConferenceProc of the Int Symp on Fresh Water from the Sea, 5th, Event of the Eur Fed of Chem Eng, 162nd, Alghero
Period16/05/7620/05/76

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering (all)

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