Iodine 129 Reduction

Chemical Formula: I
Present as: anion

Radioactive iodine is a manmade isotope with properties similar to other isotopes of iodine. Radio-iodine is present in water as iodide. As a trace ion it can be removed by various types of strong base anion resins, favoring the higher amines. Silver and silver impregnated medias show increased affinity for iodides.

Related Products

SIR-110-HP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Applications:  

- Perchlorate Reduction
- Nitrate Reduction
- Iodide Reduction
- Pertechnetate Reduction
- PFAS Reduction

SBG1

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Chloride
Applications:  

- Demineralization
- Trace Contaminants (U, Cr, As, Se, F, ClO₄, ClO₃)
- Nitrate Reduction
- Sulfate Reduction

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