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Feasibility of Electrochemical Processes

  • Fumio Hine

Abstract

Electrochemical processes provide several unique features which permit specific reactions to be performed which are otherwise difficult to achieve by conventional chemical methods. Production of chlorates and Perchlorates is an example, in which chloride ions are oxidized anodically. An electrochemical route for producing adiponitrile has also stirred interest and is being operated on a large scale today.

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Current Efficiency Electrochemical Process Mercury Content Active Chlorine Electrochemical Society 
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  • Fumio Hine
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  1. 1.Nagoya Institute of TechnologyNagoyaJapan

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