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Chemist Thomas Pauwels, breaks down the liquid chlorine into its base chemical components to determine the concentration of bromides in the liquid chlorine. The red glow in the base of the beaker shows the chemical reaction in progress, at the Solvay SA chemical plant in Antwerp, Belgium, on Thursday, April 22, 2010. Solvay SA is the world's largest supplier of Soda Ash or Sodium Carbonate and is also a major producer of caustic soda, hydrogen peroxide, chlorine and fluorinated products. (Photo © Jock Fistick)
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Chemist Thomas Pauwels,  breaks down the liquid chlorine into its base chemical components to determine the concentration of bromides in the liquid chlorine. The red glow in the base of the beaker shows the chemical reaction in progress, at the Solvay SA chemical plant in Antwerp, Belgium, on Thursday, April 22, 2010.  Solvay SA is the world's largest supplier of Soda Ash or Sodium Carbonate and is also a major producer of caustic soda, hydrogen peroxide, chlorine and fluorinated products. (Photo © Jock Fistick)