Anionites are synthetic ion-exchange resins capable of exchanging anions.
Most often, anion-exchange resins are a copolymer of styrene and divinylbenzene. Anionites are insoluble particles in the form of spherical granules, about 1 mm in diameter. Most often they are light or white in color.
Due to the presence of functional groups, anionites can participate in ion exchange reactions.
Use of anionites
They are used for purification, extraction, concentration and separation of substances in water treatment, hydrometallurgy, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, in the treatment of waste and return water and in other areas of industry.
Packaging, transportation and storage
Anionites are packed in bags with plastic foil liners. Anion exchangers are stored in packed form in clean and dry warehouses at a temperature not lower than + 20 ° С at a distance of at least 1 m from heating devices. Anionites are transported in covered vehicles.
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