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The Science of Adsorption and Ion Exchange for Industrial Water Treatment

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The Science of Adsorption and Ion Exchange for Industrial Water Treatment Webinar

Adsorption reactions are ubiquitous to industrial processes including industrial water treatment, gas processing as well as mining and metals. They are an important part of water treatment processing for separation and purification applications. They impact water quality, product yield and purity, and treatment chemical demands.  Electrolyte and surface chemistry are fundamental to both physisorption and chemisorption and critical to understand pH, salinity, and the speciation of the adsorbate.  The ability to model adsorption from a chemical mechanism level, makes it possible to predict the effects of process changes or inflow composition on overall plant performance.   In this episode of Conversations with OLI Experts, Dr. A J Gerbino, VP of Client and Product Success at OLI Systems, Inc., shares his insights on how OLI has incorporated the ability to rigorously simulate surface complexation, ion exchange and carbon adsorption reactions in its software products so that clients can more accurately design and optimize plant operations.

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Tuesday 9 February 2021, 11 AM EST

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Dr. AJ Gerbino

Vice President of Product and Client Success 
OLI Systems, Inc.


Dr. AJ Gerbino is the Vice President of Product and Client Success at OLI Systems responsible for OLI’s product strategy as well as pre-sales and consulting client engagements as well as technical training.  Dr Gerbino has over 30 years of experience with the application of electrolyte and water chemistry to enhance process design and operations.  He has successfully completed over 200 simulation studies in the Oil & Gas, Water Treatment, Metals & Mining, Chemicals and Power Generation industries.  He received a Distinguished Technical Award from NACE in 2015 and is a renowned expert in the application of electrolyte and water chemistry to industrial processes.

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