Deacon process

noun Dea·con process \ˈdēkən-\

Definition of Deacon process

  1. :  a method of obtaining chlorine gas by passing air and hydrogen chloride over a heated catalyst (as copper chloride)

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Origin and Etymology of deacon process

after Henry Deacon, 19th century English chemist

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