An anion exchange resin from soybean hulls †

@inproceedings{Marshall2004AnAE,
  title={An anion exchange resin from soybean hulls †},
  author={Wayne E. Marshall and Lynda H. Wartelle},
  year={2004}
}
Agricultural by-products are generally poor adsorbents of anions in solution. Therefore, modification of the by-product could enhance its anion exchange capabilities. The objective of this study was to increase the anion exchange properties of the agricultural by-product, soybean hulls, by chemical modification. Soybean hulls were quaternized with the quaternizing agent, N-(3-chloro-2hydroxypropyl) trimethylammonium chloride, in the presence of a strongly alkaline environment. This modification… CONTINUE READING

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