Ion Exchangers for Chem Procg in the Nucl Fuel Cycle (IAEA

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The general Thomas equation for the reaction kinetics of ion exchange in a fixed bed is as follows: 3X •( 3Y X(l - Y) - RY(1 - X) (1) where X and Y are the dimensionless concentrations of the solute ion in the fluid and solid phases, respectively, and R is the 47 separation factor. The variable X is defined as C/CQ, where C and CQ are the concentrations of the solute ion of interest in the effluent and feed solutions, respectively. The variable Y is defined as q/q , where q is the actual concentration in the solid phase, and q is the concentration in the solid phase when it is in equilibrium with fluid at the inlet concentration, CQ.

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