Modelling the ion-exchange equilibrium in nanoporous materials

@article{Luki2012ModellingTI,
  title={Modelling the ion-exchange equilibrium in nanoporous materials},
  author={Miha Luk{\vs}i{\vc} and Vojko Vlachy and Barbara Hribar-Lee},
  journal={Condensed Matter Physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={23802}
}
Distribution of a two component electrolyte mixture between the model adsorbent and a bulk aqueous electrolyte solution was studied using the replica Ornstein-Zernike theory and the grand canonical Monte Carlo method. The electrolyte components were modelled to mimic the HCl/NaCl and HCl/CaCl_2 mixtures, respectively. The matrix, invaded by the primitive model electrolyte mixture, was formed from monovalent negatively charged spherical obstacles. The solution was treated as a continuous… 
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