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Ion exchange properties of cell walls.

Conrad Richter

Ion exchange properties of cell walls.

by Conrad Richter

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  Research into ion-exchange properties of cell walls isolated from thallus of red seaweed Phyllophora crispa was carried out. Ion-exchange capacity and the swelling coefficient of the red alga cell walls were estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and at constant ionic strength of a solution (10 mM).Cited by: 1. Ion-exchange capacity and the swelling coefficient of the red alga cell walls were estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and at constant ionic strength of a solution (10 mM). It was established that behavior of cell walls as ion-exchangers is caused by the presence in their matrix of two types of cation-exchange groups and amino by: 1.

This product is not available separately, it is only sold as part of a set. There are products in the set and these are all sold as one entity. Ion Exchange, 2nd Edition is a totally revised and updated version of the highly popular Monograph for Teachers, first published by The Royal Society of Chemistry in It covers the practical application of ion exchange and the synthesis of /5(2). Ion Exchange Materials: Properties and Applications fills a "two-dimensional" gap in books currently available on the subject. Firstly, there is a lack of modern comprehensive publications on the chemistry of ion exchange materials and on the relationships between their properties and practical applications. Secondly, there are few books on ion exchange chemistry that are targeted to 5/5(1).

Anion exchange membrane fuel cells (AEMFCs) have been referred to in various ways in the research community. Most common terms found in the literature are alkaline membrane fuel cells (AMFCs),,,,,,, solid (or solid-state) alkaline fuel cells (SAFCs),,,,,, hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells (HEMFCs),, alkaline polymer electrolyte fuel cells (APEFCs),,, and polymer Cited by: Ion exchange properties of pure potassium-based geopolymer (pure K-GP) formulated with Si/Al = and K/Al = ± atomic ratios have been studied. For pure K-GP, the maximum ion-exchange level of K + with respect to Na + and Cs + is 77 and 61%, respectively, as determined by exhausted exchange with 1 M solutions of appropriate nitrates at 22 ± 2 ° by:


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Ion-exchange capacity of the cell walls isolated from suspension-cultured Panax japonicus, Polyscias filicifolia and Dioscorea deltoidea cells was analyzed at pH –12 and constant ionic strength ( mM).Author: Nataly Meychik, Yuliya Nikolaeva, Maria Kushunina, Maria Titova, Maria Titova, Alexander Nosov, Alex.

Concentration potentials of NaCl and LiCl solutions and biionic potentials were measured using the tissue of corn coleoptiles. The results were discus Cited by: 2. Ion exchange properties of root cell walls of to day-old plants of Suaeda altissima L., grown in nutrient medium in the presence of different NaCl concentration (,mM) were.

Ion-exchange properties of isolated cell walls of brown algae: the interstitial solution.—J. exp. Bot. – Isolated cell walls of Pelvetia canaliculata (Dene) et Thur., Laminaria digitata (L.) and other intertidal brown algae were equilibrated in seawater and various mixtures of sodium and calcium chlorides.

After elution with Cited by: Ion-exchange properties of cell walls were investigated in reindeer lichen Cladonia rangiferina (L.) F. Wigg. In order to isolate cell walls, we used living parts of podetia as well as young parts (four upper internodes of podetia) and old parts. The ion-exchange capacity of root cell walls was estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and constant ionic strength (10 mM).

The parameters determining the qualitative and quantitative. Appendix I Calculation of the proton conccntratiOll in the cell wall (H;+) and the fixed charge activity A with regard to the dissociation of A Ion Exchange Properties of Cell Wall Sp1\ee [As] = A + [HA] where lHA] is the concentration of the non-dissociated part of the carboxylic by: 6.

The ion-exchange capacity of root cell walls was estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and constant ionic strength (10 mM). The parameters determining the qualitative and quantitative composition of cell wall ionogenic groups along the root length and in Cited by: 9.

The ion exchange capacity (S i) and the swelling coefficient (K cw) of root cell walls were estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and at different ionic strength (between and mM). To analyse the polysigmoid titration curves pHi = f (S i), the Gregor's equation was by:   It was found that three-dimensional structure of C.

rangiferina cell walls comprised three types of ionogenic groups, which determine ion-exchange properties of the cell walls. They are amino groups with pK a of about 3, carboxyl groups with pK a of about 7, and phenolic OH-groups Cited by: 5.

The ion-exchange properties of Sphagnum russowii cell wall material were studied in the context of the Donnan weak acid model. Titrations in the presence of Na +, Ca 2+, or La 3+ revealed two classes of weak acid binding sites, one with a low p K between 2 and 4 and the other with a high p K > by: The ion exchange capacity (S i) and the swelling coefficient (K cw) of root cell walls were estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and at different ionic strength (between and mM).

Abstract. Ion exchange properties of root cell walls of to day-old plants of Suaeda altissima L., grown in nutrient medium in the presence of different NaCl concentration (,mM) were all growth conditions, the ion exchange capacity of the cell walls was estimated at various pH values and at different salt by: Ion-exchange capacity and the swelling coefficient of the red alga cell walls were estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and at constant ionic strength of a solution (10 mM).

Laminaria digitata walls. In this paper ion-exchange properties of isolated cell walls from P. canaliculata and L. digitata are described. The ionic composition of the interstitial solution was investigated; compared to the external solution, it was less concentrated and had higher proportions of monovalent cations.

The ion-exchange capacity of root cell walls was estimated at various pH values (from 2 to 12) and constant ionic strength (10 mM). The parameters determining the qualitative and quantitative composition of cell wall ionogenic groups along the root length and in. Ion-exchange (number of functional group) properties and swelling capacity of leaf cell walls of plant species Betula nana, Salix polaris, Dryas octopetala and Cassiope tetra- gona from Western Spitsbergen Island were investigated.

Ion-exchange properties of polymeric matrices were compared for cell wall preparations isolated from roots and shoots of two cultivars of Cicer arietinum L.

(cvs. Bivanij and ILC ) with different sensitivities to salinity. Irrespective of growth conditions, the cell walls contained four types of ionogenic groups: amino groups, carboxyl groups of uronic and hydroxycinnamic acids, and phenolic Cited by: 4.

these properties of the root cell walls is limited. The functional role of the cell wall swelling in ion and water transport in root apoplast is unknown.

In the present study we investigate the acid-base properties and swelling of the plant root cell walls over the wide range of pH (from 2 to 12) and electrolytic concen-trations (between Ion exchange Fundamentals HCO 3-SO 4 2-Solids Cl-NO 3-CO 2 NH 4 + SiO 2 Organic Na+ K+ Mg2+ Ca2+ Fundamentals Water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen that results from the combustion of hydrogen.

It is an excellent solvent. For this reason, natural water does not exist as a File Size: 1MB. Purchase Ion Exchange - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.Ion-exchange properties of the polymeric matrix of cell walls isolated from roots of day-old Spinacia oleracea L. (Matador cv.) plants grown in nutrient solution in the presence of, and mM NaCl and from roots of Suaeda altissima L.

Pall plants of the same age grown in the presence of and mM NaCl were studied.Ion Exchange Materials: Properties and Applications fills a "two-dimensional" gap in books currently available on the subject. Firstly, there is a lack of modern comprehensive publications on the chemistry of ion exchange materials and on the relationships between their properties and practical applications.