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Other processes employing nitrates or nitrio acid, which have not had any practical success, are those of Banks (1839), Tessie du Motay (Bull. Soc. chim. 22, 48), Schlosing (Compt. rend. The later patents are those of 55, 284). Donald, Eng. Pat. 62 of 1887; and Just, Eng. Pat. 14857 and 14859 of 1888 ; Davis, Eng. Pat. T 6416, 6698, and 6831 of 1890 ; allis, Eng. Pat. 13822 of 1892 ; and Krause, Eng. Pat. 16227 of 1894. None of these processes was apparently a technical success, and as far as is known, none W of them is worked.
Iron plates acting as cathodes. j be recovered as a valuable by-product. (For further information, see paper by Lopsius, CHLORINE from Bcr. 1900, 2892, abstracted. ) TJir. I la njn lives- Bird which the above i* The following Cell. n^. 18871 of 1892; 5197 and 1X173 of 1893), The peculiarity of this cell is that the porous diaphragm and cathode arc in one, and are made illustration ( I'at. the following way. A layer of porous material, such as asbestos in the form of pulp, is plastered on to one side On to the outside of of a sheet of iron netting.
If If begins anew. c. bleaching cess powder. In actual practice the quantity of salt used varies with the efficiency of the manufactory from 45 up to 70 cwts. salt per ton bleaching powder. ) required to make 1 ton of strong bleaching powder is actually contained in 14-2 cwts. c. c. CHLOEINE PBOCESSES EMPLOYING ATMOSPHEEIC OXYGEN FOE, THE LIBEEATION OF CHLOEINE. The Deacon Process. After many unsuccessattempts made by Oxland (1840), Jullion (1846), Binks (1860 and 1862), Dufrene (1865), and others, the labours of H.