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Bivalent element, energy respectively eq. 0 Cab. per mol. of chlorine is needed. \ of-chlorine. None the less, patents for the treatment of all these chlorides, and others, have been taken. Thus, W. Longmaid 33 proposes t o obtain chlorine by calcining the chlorides of manganese, copper, iron, zinc, or lead with an excess of air. J. Nargreaves and T. Robinson used a mixture of ferric chloride or chlorine oxide and salt ; W. Weldon, a mixture of ferrous sulphate and salt; and A. R. Arrott, a mixture of ferrous phosphate and salt.
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The bottle E contains water or suiphuric acid, and it acts as a safety tube. If the pipette P be lifted above the surface of the liquid in E , the gas will escape through P and D into the outside air. When the supply of acid is cut off, the evolution of gtw ceases when all the acid is used up. According to A. Scott,l6 potassium permanganate is veryliable to be contaminated with chlorates which introduce chlorine oxides into the gas. The only safe test for these impurities is to absorb the gas in a neutral soln.
A Comprehensive Treatise Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry by Mellor J.W.