By T E. Thorpe
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15. chlorine placed in the centre compartment surrounded by the caustic compartis provided on either side with a which ment, recess, DD, which forms the alternative receptacle for the mercury. The mercury is forced to move continuously from side to side by compressed air. Above (Fig. 15) is a sketch which shows the construction and working of the cell, taken from the Chemiker Zeitung, Oct. 30, 1909. The anodes are platinum gauze, and are placed in a cement box which has proved more satisfactory than the stoneware is of the cell : jars formerly used.
25. sandstone flags, volvic lava, &c. The distributing pipes are of cast iron. The chambers are arranged in pairs, the gas being made to pass down the one half and up the other half of the pair. Practically a set of Deacon chambers consists of seven double chambers with sixteen shelves each, with a total area of 1250 square feet, upon which 18 cwts. of calcium hydroxide can be laid inch to 1 inch thick. Every 16 hours one of the pairs of chambers comes in turn to be drawn and recharged. Hurter has shown that such chambers would not be applicable to strong chlorine, as then the temperature would rise to 70 or 80.
The most efficient plant for this purpose seems to be that worked out by Deacon himself. The absorbing space is immensely increased, and at the same time the process is made a continuous operation by employing a large number of chamheating, in bers, each of them provided with a number of shelves, and connecting them in such a way that the fresh chlorine gas always enters the chamber in which the bleach is nearly finished, and the then containing only traces of chlorine, passed through a chamber ]ust charged with fresh lime.
A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by T E. Thorpe