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Title: Potassium chloride from sea bittern : part I
Authors: Gadre, G.T.
Rao, A.V.
Bhavnagary, H.M.
Issue Date: 22-Nov-2011
Abstract: A process has been worked out by which potassium chloride of 97-99 per cent purity can be obtained from the waste bittern of the marine salt industry. the desulphation of the bittern is carried out using commercial calcium chloride.sulphate-free bittern deposits, on concentration, the double salt, KCL.MGCL2.6H2O,from which potassium chloride is recovered by leaching it with cold water or by cooling a supersaturated solotion of the double salt.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1968424/84
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