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Structure of Ion-exchange Membranes

Nature volume 212, page 394 (22 October 1966) | Download Citation

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ARTIFICIAL membranes for ion-exchange purposes have hitherto been selected on an empirical basis only, and few attempts have been made to characterize them physically. Current theories of the structure of this type of membrane, together with some discussion of appropriate methods of investigation, have recently been summarized1.

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    • M. BLOCK

    Present address: Vokes, Ltd., Guildford, Surrey.

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  1. Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Technology,

    • A. E. B. PRESLAND
  2. Department of Botany,

    • A. D. GREENWOOD
  3. Department of Mineral Technology, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, S.W.7.

    • M. BLOCK

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