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Effect of temperature on ion exchangers and on their operation Ion-exchange resins are differently sensitive to higher temperatures. A resin not in contact with water is sensitive to heat because of the danger of overdrying. In the case of overdrying a resin tends to pulverisation, its sweUing capacity decreases and active groups can be split off from it. Condensation-based strongly acidic ion-exchange resins are stable in warm water. 2). Anion exchangers, considering the lower chemical resistance of basic groups, are more sensitive to higher temperatures.