The diffusion of chlorocomplexes of some corrosion and fission products in anion exchange beads has been studied in mixed
solvent media. The effects of variables on the kinetics of the exchange process by the batch and flow technique were examined.
The strongly basic anion exchanger Dowex 2X8 in its Cl− form was used in organic solvent—water—hydrochloric acid solutions. The dependence of the exchange rate on temperature, the
viscosity of the solution, the mean resin particle diameter and the composition of the solution was studied. Film and particle
diffusion coefficients were calculated from the experimental data. The results provide valuable data for the design of separation