Recovery of iodine from produced water through anion resin exchange

John Terrell Fruit, Pei Xu, Christiane Hoppe-Jones & Tzahi Cath
The element iodine, I2, is very important to current society. It is used to make products such as film, dye, supplements, medicine and many organic compounds. The use of iodine will continue to expand in application and market use in the future. Iodide is commonly found in seawater at very low concentration. Recovery of iodide can only be economical at high concentrations, such as from mining or extraction from industrial waste. To meet the world's...
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