Magnetized beads reduce chemical usage and fouling

Magnetic ion exchange (MIEX) is a modified anion-exchange system developed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), the South Australian Water Corporation, and Orica Australia. In typical ion exchange systems, dissolved organic carbons (DOCs) are removed from solu...

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