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Thomas Pauwels, left, and Andre Rijmenans, both chemists, take samples of liquid chlorine at the Solvay SA chemical plant in Antwerp, Belgium, on Thursday, April 22, 2010. Since the boiling point of liquid chlorine is minus 34.1 degrees Celsius, (-34.1 °C) the glass tubes containing the samples are submerged in dry ice. 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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Thomas Pauwels, left, and Andre Rijmenans, both chemists, take samples of liquid chlorine at the Solvay SA chemical plant in Antwerp, Belgium, on Thursday, April 22, 2010. Since the boiling point of liquid chlorine is minus 34.1 degrees Celsius, (-34.1 °C) the glass tubes containing the samples are submerged in dry ice. 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)