• exchange resin
  • When a strong base anion exchange resin, such as a chloride-form strong base anion exchange resin, is conditioned with a low concentration of hydroxyl (for example, an NaOH solution with a concentration between 0.1 and 1000 mM, most preferably between 1 and 10 mM), the conditioned resin separates a number of sugars and sugar alcohols from one another, while still allowing ready desorption from the resin. (google.com.au)
  • wherein the resin comprises a strong base anion exchange resin in chloride form that has been conditioned with a sufficient concentration of hydroxyl ion that hydroxyl ion resides on the surface of the resin, but such that the hydroxyl ion does not penetrate the interior of the resin. (google.com.au)
  • form
  • sorbitol, galactitol, or mannitol (and other monosaccharides and sugar alcohols) from other sugars and sugar alcohols may be achieved by chromatography over hydroxyl-form anion exchange surfaces prepared from anion. (google.com.au)