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The mechanism for the exclusion of sugars from the water in a model of the liveing cell: the ion-exchange resin: pore size or water structure?
Physiological chemistry and physics
The equilibrium distribution coefficients (p-value) of D-arabinose between the water in sulfonate ion-exchange resin and the external aqueous solution vary with the nature of the five alkali metal counterions studied. The strongest exclusion (lowest p-value) is found in the Li+ resin and the least exclusion (highest p-value) in the Cs+ resin. The p-value decreases with the increasing atomic weights for the alkali-metal ions: pCs+ greater than or equal to pRb+ greater than or equal to pRb+pmid:1197383 fatcat:wuwwlnqdtjd2bosg75agvd3h4u