chamber process

noun

Definition of chamber process

  1. 1 :  a process of making sulfuric acid in which sulfur dioxide is oxidized by moist air with nitrogen oxides as catalyst in a series of lead-lined chambers — see gay-lussac tower, glover tower

  2. 2 :  a process of making basic carbonate white lead in which lead strips are exposed to carbon dioxide, moist air, and acetic acid vapor in brick chambers

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1869

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1869


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