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Application of Electrodeionization Process for Bioproduct Recovery and CO2 Capture and Storage

26-Oct-2016 | Zeng, Guangming; Ye, Jie; Yan, Ming, Organic Chemistry, 2016

Abstract: Electrodeionization (EDI) process is a relatively new process applied in environmental engineering, which combines electrodialysis and conventional ion exchange. The EDI process has obvious advantages compared with the traditional deionization equipments based on the chemical ...

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Variable-Temperature Rate Coefficients of Proton-Transfer Equilibrium Reaction C2H4 + H3O+ ⇄ C2H5+ + H2O Measured with a Coaxial Molecular Beam Radio Frequency Ring Electrode Ion Trap

16-Nov-2012 | Mark A. Smith; Bing Yuan; Andrei Sanov, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2012

The rate coefficients for the forward and reverse proton-transfer reactions C2H4 + H3O+ ⇄ C2H5+ + H2O are studied with respect to independent varied neutral molecule and ion temperatures. The measurements are performed using a coaxial molecular beam radio frequency ring electrode ion trap at trap ...

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Variable Temperature Rate Studies for the Reaction H3O+ + (C2H2)2 Measured with a Coaxial Molecular Beam Radio Frequency Ring Electrode Ion Trap

18-Sep-2012 | Mark A. Smith; Bing Yuan; Andrei Sanov, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2012

The independent molecule and ion temperature dependence of the rate coefficient for the H3O+ and (C2H2)2 reaction producing C2H5O+ are determined using a coaxial molecular beam radio frequency ring electrode ion trap (CoMB-RET). The H3O+ temperature is varied from 25 to 170 K, while the ...

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