Betts' process

noun \ˈbets(-əz)-\

Definition of Betts' process

  1. :  an electrolytic process for refining lead, the electrolyte being a solution of lead fluosilicate PbSiF6 and fluosilicic acid

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Origin and Etymology of betts' process

after Anson G. Betts, born 1876 American metallurgist

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