what is the solvay process?
Asked by abhivyaktimishra0712 | 17th Sep, 2020, 09:27: PM
The process of formation of sodium bi carbonate is called solvay's process.In this process we use NaCl,NH3 and limestone as raw material ,they form sodium bi carbonate and after heating it we get sodium carbonate.
Answered by | 18th Sep, 2020, 12:34: AM
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