The extracted uranium solution is then filtered through the resin beads Through an ion-exchange process, the resin beads attract uranium from the solution Uranium-loaded resins are then transported to a processing plant, where U 3 O 8 is separated from the resin beads, and yellowcake is produced The resin beads can then be returned to the .
ResinTech SBG2 is a chloride form type 2 gel strong base anion resinSBG2 has high capacity, high chemical efficiency and good resistance to foulingResinTech SBG2 is intended for use in the chloride form for removal of contaminants such as nitrate, arsenate, chromate, uranium, etc, as well as in the hydroxide form for all types of deionizing systems
The extracted uranium solution is then filtered through resin beads Through an ion exchange process, the resin beads attract uranium from the solution Uranium loaded resins are then transported to a processing plant, where U 3 O 8 is separated from the resin beads and yellowcake is produced The resin beads can then be returned to the ion .
Isolation of Uranium by Anionic Exchange Resins 91 radium contained in the eluate of this second column is purified in a cation-exchange resin (Dowex 50W-X8, 100 mesh) at pH 1  Solid-phase extraction, in combination with an ion exchanging, has also been used in the separation of U from its radioactive daughters For example.
UTEVA Resin has been applied to a variety of analytical challenges, including uranium measurements in environmental samples, removal of uranium from samples prior to analysis for other elements, the sequential determination of uranium, plutonium, and americium, the measurement of actinides in urine, and the measurement of actinides in high level waste
• Compared to the fresh resin, the regenerated Dowex 21K 16-30 resin exhibited significantly lower uranium-adsorption performance under all test conditions The calculated Kd values for the regenerated resin were typically an order of magnitude lower than the values calculated for the fresh resin
Uranium Adsorption on Ion-Exchange Resins – Batch Testing SV Mattigod EA Cordova EC Golovich RM Smith DM Wellman December 2010 PNNL-20135 Uranium Adsorption on Ion-Exchange Resins – Batch Testing SV Mattigod EA Cordova EC Golovich RM Smith , determining the quantity of uranium that each resin can adsorb and the time .
The anion resin should be regenerated with 15 lb per cu ft of sodium chloride, and the capacity will be about 18 kilograins per cu ft The uranium is held more strongly than the sulfate and the specific capacity of the resin for just uranium is approximately 5 kilograins per cu ft
This paper provides a summary of the various considerations when choosing a resin for a specific application, be it uranium recovery from an acidic or alkaline environment, employing either a resin-in-solution or resin-in-pulp process The resin of choice will have a high capacity for uranium, while
Uranium Removal AMBERLITE PWA8 resin is an anion exchange resin which can be used for the removal of uranium from drinking water In addition to high exchange capacity, this resin has excellent physical stability and resistance to organic fouling