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“The filter ingredients – activated carbon for creating great-tasting water and additional ion-exchange resin that reduces lead, mercury, copper, cadmium and zinc that might be found in tap water – will be regenerated for alternative use or converted into energy.”
“We haven't tested these products, which use five-stage ion-exchange filters and are designed not to clog, claims the manufacturer.”
“Gordon Fairclough An ion-exchange resin is used to extract the heparin from the pulp, and the resin and heparin are bathed with salt water and stirred.”
“Whey protein—either cross-filtered, ion-exchange, or even better, raw milk or goat milk whey—raises glutathione a detoxifying compound in the body and also boosts serotonin levels and mood, while giving you steady energy.”
“The lysate is then filtered and placed on the ion-exchange column.”
“Recently, simplified ion-exchange column chromatography methods (commonly termed a mini-prep) have largely supplanted the cumbersome and time-consuming centrifugation protocol to yield large quantities of endotoxin-free plasmid DNA in a relatively short period of time.”
“Basin Water says its ion-exchange treatment system is installed at wells and can be adjusted to handle varying water flows.”
“These use ion-exchange resins to remove the minerals; they “exchange” the calcium and magnesium ions for sodium ions provided by the resins.”
“Hard water can be softened either city-wide or in the home, usually by one of two methods: precipitating the calcium and magnesium by adding lime, or using an ion-exchange mechanism to replace the calcium and magnesium with sodium.”
“There was no paper or ion-exchange chromatography, and purines were isolated and separated as copper and silver salts, or picrates, by fractional crystallization.”
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