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Amberlite® IRA-410 chloride form

chloride form, matrix styrene/divinylbenzene (gel), 20-25 mesh

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Related Categories Amberlite, Amberlite Strong Anion Exchangers, Analytical/Chromatography, Anion, Anion Exchange Media,
vapor density   <1 (vs air)
description   strongly basic
autoignition temp.   800 °F
parameter   40 °C max. temp.
  77 °C max. temp.
moisture   45-51%
loss   ~45% loss on drying, 110 °C
matrix   styrene/divinylbenzene (gel)
matrix active group   benzyldimethyl(2-hydroxyethyl)ammonium functional group
particle size   20-25 mesh
  600-750 μm
operating pH   0 - 14
capacity   1.25 meq/mL by wetted bed volume

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Application

Strongly basic (type II) anion exchange resin for water conditioning, removing iodine ions, neutralization of solutions, capturing xanthan and xanthene dyes, etc.; better regeneration efficiency than type I base resin.

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Amberlite is a registered trademark of The Dow Chemical Company or an affiliated company of Dow

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