chloralkali

chloralkali

[klȯr′al·kə‚lī]
(chemical engineering)
Either of the products of the industrial electrolysis of sodium chloride, that is, sodium hydroxide or chlorine.
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Westlake Chemical (WLK) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman Sachs with analyst Robert Koort saying the stock's 49% decline over the past year has created an opportunity to gain exposure to two commodity cycles that are bottoming, ethylene and chloralkali. 2.
'Human activities like coal burning, gold mining and chloralkali manufacturing plants currently contribute to the vast majority of the mercury released into our environment,' explained Dr.
chloralkali and vinyl, global chlorinated organics and global epoxy business in October 2015.
Lichen and soil as indicators of an atmospheric mercury contamination in the vicinity of a chloralkali plant (Grenoble, France).
To Develop Chloralkali and vinyl chloride monomer production plant and expand an existing polyvinyl chloride (PVC) manufacturing site in Plaquemine, La.
Welch et al., "Elemental mercury vapour toxicity, treatment, and prognosis after acute, intensive exposure in chloralkali plant workers.
These low overpotentials are known for the chlorine evolution reaction in the chloralkali electrolysis with dimensionally stable anodes (Ti[O.sub.2]/Ru[O.sub.2], DSA).
The green recycling of above high-value by-products is of great significance in the sustainable development of the plastics, salt chemical, and chloralkali industries [2].
Wagner-Dobler, Removal of Mercury from Chloralkali Electrolysis Wastewater by a Mercury-Resistant Pseudomonas putida Strain.
([section][section][section]) In the United States, approximately 340 metric tons of asbestos were imported in 2016; nearly all asbestos was used by the chloralkali industry to manufacture semipermeable diaphragms.
A primary source of mercury pollution is chloralkali plants, paper pulps, amalgamation industries, fungicides, and paints [3].