A Comprehensive Treatise Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry by Mellor J.W.

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A. Kreider recommend washing the gas in a warm soln. of manganous chloride in conc. hydrochloric acid, or better, by passing the gas through a heated tube packed with asbestos. ; and there is a risk of explosions. 4. -4. Watt and T. R. Tebutt lo proposed t o make chlorine by heating lead chloride with nitric acid, but the patent was of no technical importance. C. Dunlop heated a mixture of sodium nitrate and chloride with sulphuric acid, and passed the mixture of chlorine and nitrous gases through conc.

P Each cell has three compartments. The two out,er compartments are fitt,ed with graphite anodes f +) ; and the middIe compar-tment is fitted with an iron grid ( - ) to serve as cathode. The non-porous partitions do not reach quite t o the boGom ofAthecell but dip into a layer of mercury covering the bottom. A soln. of alkali chloride flows through the two outer cells, and water through the inner compartment. The brine in the outer compartment is decomposed by the electric current into chlorine a t the anode and sodium a t the cathode.

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