Chlor Alkali Industry

Mehta, M. C.
June 2006
Chemical Business;Jun2006, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p31
Trade Publication
The article describes the emergence of the caustic-chlorine industry in India. The processes involved in the caustic industry include brine preparation and purification, electrolysis, chlorine processing, hydrogen processing and hydrochloric acid manufacturing. The sector is switching from pollution-prone mercury-cell technology to the environment-friendly membrane cells technology.


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