By T E. Thorpe
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Vautin (Eng Pat. 8820 of 1887), Heinzerling CD. R. P. 49280), the vessel B is The filled. lower part of B and its continuation c and D are filled with strong vitriol, through which the pressure produced by the plunger A is transmitted to the cylinder D. The chlorine by F, and enters FIG. 21. Hannay (D. R. P. 49742) describe suggestions manufacture of liquid chlorine. The pioneers in the manufacture have been, however, the Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik, who (Eng. Pat. 13070 of J888) describe two apfor FIG.
Case, some more MnCl 2 liquor is run in, without stopping the blast, until a filtered sample yields the brown reaction with bleach liquor. After a few minutes this reaction ceases, all dissolved MnCl 2 having been precipitated. Then a little more final liquor is added, and the blowing is continued, and this is repeated till it takes a somewhat long time to blow out the manganese, which must be done before running the batch into one of the settlers. It has been found preferable to apply a very strong current of air by means of a powerful blowing engine ; in this way the work is not merely done in much less time, but with a smaller absolute amount of air than with The time should not exceed 5 smaller engines.
Good Powder. Properties of Bleaching bleaching powder is a pure white powder, often mixed with lumps which, however, ought to be transformed to the core, and which are often removed by riddling. It has a peculiar smell, quite different from that of chlorine, and not owing to hypochlorous acid, since it is just as perceptible in alkaline solutions, or on the skin after washing with soap, &c. It may possibly be due to the action of the compound upon matter. ,. journey. Experiments on the rate at which bleaching powder loses its available chlorine have been made by J.
A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by T E. Thorpe