Further Reading

Beauvais RA and Alexandratos SD (1998) Polymer-supported reagents for the selective complexation of metal ions: an overview. Reactive and Functional Polymers 36: 113-123.

Chanda M and Rempel GL (1990) Polybenzimidazole resin based new chelating agents. Palladium(II) and plati-num(IV) sorption on resin with immobilized dithiooxamide. Reactive Polymers 12: 83-94. Chiarizia R, Horwitz EP, Alexandratos SD and Gula MJ (1997) Diphonix® resin: a review of its properties and applications. Separation Science and Technology 32:1-35. Hirotsu T, Katoh S, Sugasaka K, Takai N, Seno M and Itagaki T (1987) Adsorption of uranium on cross-linked amidoxime polymers from seawater. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 26: 1970-1977.

Hoffmann H and Martinola F (1988) Selective resins and special processes for softening water and solutions: a review. Reactive Polymers 7: 263-272.

Marhol M (1982) Chelating resins and inorganic ion exchangers. In Svehla G (ed.) Wilson and Wilson's Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, Vol. XIV, ch. 6, pp. 377-399. Oxford: Elsevier.

Naden D and Streat M (eds) (1984) Ion Exchange Technology. Chichester: Ellis Horwood.

Sahni SK and Reedijk J (1984) Coordination chemistry of chelating resins and ion exchangers. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 59: 1-139.

Suzuki TM and Matsunaga H (1991) Metal selective polymer resins for the separation and concentration of rare metals. Trends in Inorganic Chemistry 2: 33-47.

Warshawsky A (1982) Selective ion exchange polymers. Die Angewandte Makromolekulare Chemie 109/110: 171-196.

van Berkel PM, Punt M, Koolhaas GJAA, Driessen WL, Reedijk J and Sherrington DC (1997) Highly copper(II)-selective chelating ion-exchange resins based on bis(imidazole)-modified glycidyl methacrylate copolymers. Reactive and Functional Polymers 32:139-151.

Zhao D, SenGupta AK and Zhu Y (1995) Trace contaminant sorption through polymeric ligand exchange. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 34: 2676-2684.

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