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A Comprehensive Treatise Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry by Mellor J.W.

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Boissenot 23 in 1849, and later recommended by A. Mermet and H. Kiimmerer. ~ c c b r d i nto~ C. Winkler, the bleaching powder may be compressed into cubes with suitable binding agent---say plaster of Paris. The gas comes off a t ordinary temp,, and the cubes used in Kipp's THE HALOGENS 31 apparatus with hydrochloric acid of sp. gr. 1'124 dil. with its own volume of water -but no sulphuric acid. According to J. Thiele, no binding agent is necessav. 7. -R. Oxland,24 in 1845, patested a process for making chlorine by passing a mixture of hydrogen chloride and air through red-hot pumice and washing out the undecomposed gas by water.

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