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Modern Chlor-Alkali Technology

Volume 4

  • N. M. Prout
  • J. S. Moorhouse

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. A. M. Couper, W. N. Brooks, D. A. Denton
    Pages 71-83
  3. D. S. Cameron, R. L. Phillips, P. M. Willis
    Pages 95-107
  4. James T. Keating, Klaus-Jochen Behling
    Pages 125-139
  5. Yoshiaki Tominaga, Tsutomu Kanke, Kazuo Takagi, Takaya Miyazaki
    Pages 141-147
  6. D. Bergner, M. Hartmann, H. Kirsch
    Pages 159-170
  7. Kenzo Yamaguchi, Isao Kumagai
    Pages 171-182
  8. I. J. M. Girvan, C. Brereton, A. L. Crawford
    Pages 183-195
  9. Gregory J. Morris
    Pages 197-213
  10. Donald J. Groszek, James A. Moomaw
    Pages 215-232
  11. Ian F. White, T. F. O’Brien
    Pages 271-289
  12. L. Czarnetzki, L. J. J. Janssen
    Pages 313-324
  13. L. C. Curlin, T. F. Florkiewicz, R. C. Matousek
    Pages 333-341
  14. B. Appleton, S. M. Andrew
    Pages 343-357
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 371-376

About this book

Introduction

The papers in this book were submitted for the 1988 London International Chlorine Symposium. This was the fifth symposium organised by the Electro­ chemical Technology Group of the Society of Chemical Industry and proved as popular as ever, attracting a record number of 294 delegates from 31 countries. Twenty-seven papers were presented during the two and a half-day event covering the latest developments in chlor-alkali technology. The field of membranes and membrane cells was well represented by some 15 papers, reflecting the importance of membrane technology to the future of the industry. This is particularly relevant in view of increasing environmental pressures and rising costs. However, papers relating to the more traditional mercury and diaphragm cell technologies were also presented, together with a paper concerned with sodium chlorate manufacture. In addition, there were presentations covering the commercial and safety aspects of the chlor-alkali industry. The Electrochemical Technology Group of the Society of Chemical Industry offer thanks to the many people and organisations whose help ensured the success of this symposium. In particular, we would like to thank: 1. The contributors of the papers. 2. The session chairmen: Dr R. G. Smerko (The Chlorine Institute Inc.); Mr B. Lott (The Associated Octel Company Limited); Mr T. F. O'Brien (United Engineers and Constructors); Dr B. S. Gilliatt (ICI Chemicals and Polymers Limited); Mr D. Bell (Hays Chemicals Limited). 3. The Chlorine Institute for assistance with printing costs and for active participation.

Keywords

TiO2 cement chemicals coating control development environment environmental protection future ion membrane technology platinum polymer production technology

Editors and affiliations

  • N. M. Prout
    • 1
  • J. S. Moorhouse
    • 1
  1. 1.Staveley Chemicals LimitedDerbyshireUK

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-1137-6
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-7004-1
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-1137-6
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