|Physical and Chemical Characteristics|
|Matrix Structure||Macroporous, Styrene-divinylbenzene|
|Functional group||Trimethyl ammonium, type I||Trimethyl ammonium, type I|
|Shipping form||Cl- (SO4- is also available)||OH-|
|Physical Appearance||White to light yellow spherical beads||White to light yellow spherical beads|
|Particle size (mm)||0.63±0.05mm||0.65±0.05mm|
|<0.3mm ≤0.1%||<0.3mm ≤0.1%|
|≥0.85mm ≤3.0%||≥0.85mm ≤3.0%|
|Moisture content (%)||50-60||60-70|
|Bulk Density ( g/l)||650-730||640-700|
|Density ( g/l)||1060-1100||1050-1090|
|Whole beads count (%)||≥95||≥95|
|Volume change (Cl- to OH-)||25%|
Mixed bed polishing
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