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FIBAN

FIBAN X-1   FIBAN K-1  FIBAN K-4   FIBAN К-1-1
FIBAN A-6    FIBAN АК-22В     FIBAN S 
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FIBAN А-1 FIBAN AK-22

BASIC PROPERTIES OF FIBROUS ION EXCHANGERS FIBAN

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Trade mark of the fiber Functional group Type Optimal exchange capacity, meq/g* Optimal swelling,
gH2O/
g ion exchanger**
pH operating range Maximum temperature, °C
FIBAN A-1 -N+(CH3)3Cl- monofunctional strong-base 2.7 0.8 0 - 14 50(OH-) 100(Cl-)
FIBAN AK-22-1 ≡N, =NH,
-COOH
polyfunctional 4.5
1.0
0.7 1 - 8 80
FIBAN K-1 -SO3-H+ monofunctional strong-acid 3.0 1.0 0 - 14 100 (H+)
FIBAN K-3 -COOH
-NH2, =NH
polyfunctional 5.0
2.0
0.5 5 - 12 100
FIBAN K-4 -COOH monofunctional weak-acid 5.0 1.1 5 - 13 80
FIBAN X-1
-N <

CH2COO-

CH2COO-

iminodiacetic 3.5
(by -COOH) 0.5
(by -NR2)
0.6 5 -128 80
FIBAN K-1-1*** -SO3-(K+,Co2+)
KxCoy[Fe(CN)6]
strong-acid, modified by potassium-cobalt ferrocyanide 3.0
10 mass.%
0.7 0 - 11 100
FIBAN A-5

-N(CH3)2, =NH

-COOH

polyfunctional with predominance of tertiary amines

4.2
(by -NR2)
0.5
(by -COOH)

1.4 1 - 8 80
FIBAN A-6

(C3H5O)(CH3)2 N+Cl-

-N(CH3)2

polyfunctional with strong- and weak-base amino groups 2.0
(by -N+)
0.8
(by -NR2)
1.2 0 - 13 80 (Cl-)
FIBAN A-7

(C2H4OH)(CH3)2N+Cl-

-N(CH3)2

polyfunctional with strong- and weak-base amino groups 2.1
(by -N+)
1.0
(by -NR2)
1.6 0 - 13 80 (Cl-)

FIBAN AK-22B

-COOH, =NH, -NH2 polyfunctional 2.5 (by -COOH)
2.0 (by =NH)
0.6 1 - 12 80
FIBAN S [FeOH]2+ Catalyst-sorbent of hydrogen sulphide 10 -20 mass % - - 25
* materials with the greater or smaller exchange capacity can be produced
**materials with greater or smaller swelling can be produced
***the sorbent for radio-cesium.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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