Further Reading

Bergsma F and Kruissink ChA (1961) Ion-exchange membranes. Fortschrifte in der Hochpolymer-Forschung 21: 307-362.

Helfferich F (1962) Ion-Exchange. London: McGraw-Hill.

Katz WE (1979) The electrodialysis reversal (EDR) process.

Desalination 28: 31-40. Lacey RE (1972) Basis of electromembrane processes. In: Lacey RE and Loeb S (eds) Industrial Processing with Membranes. New York: John Wiley. Nishiwaki T (1972) Concentration of electrolytes prior to evaporation with an electromembrane process. In: Lacey RE and Loeb S (eds) Industrial Processing with Membranes. New York: John Wiley. Schaffer LH and Mintz MS (1966) Electrodialysis. In: Spiegler KS (ed.) Principles of Desalination, pp. 3-20. New York: Academic Press. Spiegler KS (1956) Electrochemical operations. In: Nachod FC and Schubert J (eds) Ion Exchange Technology, pp. 118-181. New York: Academic Press. Strathmann H (1995) Electrodialysis and related processes. In: Nobel RD and Stern SA (eds) Membrane Separation Technology, pp. 213-281. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Wilson JR (1960) Design and operation of electrodialysis plants. In: Wilson JR (ed.) Demineralization by Elec-trodialysis. London: Butterworth.

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