By T E. Thorpe
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P. 30222 of 1884) is made by mixing cement, common salt, and hydrochloric acid into a paste and casting into any shaped articles required. The porous diaphragms which form the wall of the anode compartment are set frames like windows, and are cemented in. The whole interior sur- in iron face of the cell is also covered with cement. A great im- provement was made in this cell by the substitution, for the carbon anodes, of anodes made of The Acker cell was worked at Niagara Falls on an industrial scale, from about 1900 to 1907, iron oxide, prowhen the works were completely burned down duced by melting and have not been rebuilt.
It serves as electrical connection between the main conductor and the mass of fused lead L resting on it. The upper part of the cell Q is constructed of any refractory basic material not attacked by chlorine is of carbon and gas or fused salt. The anode dips into the fused salt. The channels and subsidiary vessel B are arrangements designed to remove and decompose the lead alloy as it becomes sufficiently saturated with sodium. The decomposition of the alloy is effected by blowing steam into it, and the heat generated by the conversion of the sodium into hydroxide is returned to the cell and assists in maintaining the necessary temperature.
Amalgam. CAS CARBOF* (DIAPHRAGM. CATHODE. DIAPHRAGM} where it passes outwards on either side to the, anode and cathode compartments. ) RUN OFF cell, in that it dividing the anode and cathode compartments. is very open in texture, and the brine feed for the cell is run into the centre compartment between the two diaphragms, from The diaphragm (CHAMBER. ^CEMENT. ANODE CHAMBER remarkable The cells which depend for tho separation of the soda from the chlorine on a moving cathode of mercury. The mercury cathode for the preparation of alkali metals was first used by Davy ; it was described in an application for a patent (Eng.
A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by T E. Thorpe