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The Products of Chlor-alkali Process Are: (A) Nacl, Cl2 and H2 (B) H2, Cl2 and Naoh (C) Cl2, Na2co3 and H2o (D) Naoh, Cl2 and Hcl - Science

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ConceptIntroduction to Salt

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The products of chlor-alkali process are:
(a) NaCl, Cl2 and H2
(b) H2, Cl2 and NaOH
(c) Cl2, Na2CO3 and H2O
(d) NaOH, Cl2 and HCl

Solution

H2, Cl2 and NaOH
The process of electrolysis of sodium chloride solution is called the chlor-alkali process because of the products formed, i.e., H2, Cl2 and NaOH. 'Chlor' stands for chlorine and 'alkali' for sodium hydroxide (NaOH).

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