Special Focus on CHLORINE

October 2007
Chemical Business;Oct2007, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p27
Trade Publication
The article focuses on chlorine. It is considered as the 11th most abundant element in the lithosphere, is highly reactive and is commonly encountered in the form of chloride in sea water. Particular focus is given to its physical and chemical properties and the processes used in its production. Some of these processes include the Diaphragm, Mercury, Membrane, and KEL Chlorine.


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