ACIDULATED WATER

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A GROUPE AUCHAN 40 avenue de FlandreF-59170 CROIX
France
Advertising services; publication of advertising texts; ...
AUCHAN GROUPE AUCHAN 40 avenue de FlandreF-59170 CROIX
France
Advertising services; publication of advertising texts; ...
AUCHAN GROUPE AUCHAN 40 avenue de FlandreF-59170 CROIX
France
Advertising; publication of advertising texts; dissemination ...
BATTERY BOOSTER Thompson, Douglas dougmia@gmail.com
14580 NW 27th Avenue
Opa Locka FL 33054
Acidulated water for recharging batteries; Battery ...
LACTALIS GROUPE LACTALIS 10 rue Adolphe Beck
F-53000 LAVAL

FR
Advertising; publication of advertising texts; direct ...
M Tianjin B&M Science and Technology Joint-stock Co., Ltd. No. 8 Haitai Road,
CN
Tianjin 300384
China
Acidulated water for recharging batteries; Battery ...
PEPRICH Sempio Foods Company 51-9 Pildong-1Ka, Joong-Ku
Seoul 100-728
Republic of Korea
Oligopeptide, amino acids for use in ...
PRF Taerosol Oy. Aakkulantie 21
FIN-36220 Kangasala
FI
acidulated water for recharging batteries ...
UNITED STATE WATER JENKINS, FREDERICK 1475 TERRELL MILL RD
1475 TERRELL MILL RD
MARIETTA GA 30067
Acidulated water for recharging accumulators; Acidulated ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. The invention provides a process for the recovery of lactic acid from aqueous solutions containing at least one water-soluble lactate salt and having a pH of about between 4 and 14, comprising the steps of: contacting said aqueous solution with a cation exchanger which is at least partially in its acid form, said cation exchanger being water immiscible in both acid and salt form, whereby ion exchange is effected, protons are transferred from the cation exchanger to the aqueous solution to acidulate it and to form lactic acid therein and cations from the aqueous solution are bound by the cation exchanger; reacting the cations carrying cation exchanger to convert it into a cation exchanger which is at least partially in its acid form and to a second product, which second product is basic and comprises the cation of the salt; and recovering lactic acid from the lactic acid-containing acidulated aqueous solution by methods known per se.