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Which Chemicals are produced in the Chlor-Alkali Electrolysis?

Question by Guest | 29/09/2018 at 22:02

I wonder which chemicals are produced in the chlor-alkali electrolysis. And is the procedure still common today? Or is this process already completely obsolete and no longer applies to modern chemistry?

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The chlor-alkali electrolysis is used for the production of chlorine and caustic soda in large quantities.

The process is still up-to-date today, with the original process being further developed several times to increase efficiency as well as for environmental reasons, and with the original process having only basic similarities covering the principle. It is used worldwide, as chlorine, such as caustic soda, are important intermediates for further reactions.
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