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Abstract

As an example of cell configuration, we may consider chlor-alkali cells and the amalgam cell in particular. The chlor-alkali industry has steadily improved the design of this type of cell to have a large capacity and its technology is well developed.

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Graphite Anode Cathode Compartment Lead Dioxide Diaphragm Cell Dimensionally Stable Anode 
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  • Fumio Hine
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  1. 1.Nagoya Institute of TechnologyNagoyaJapan

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