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Q: How is salt electrolysed to form products?
A: The electrolysis of salt to generate chlorine is a century-old practice. Traditionally, the chlorine disinfectant resulting from electrolysis is packaged in cylinders (chlorine gas) or drums (sodium hypochlorite) and transported to the end user. [ In the 1970s, several companies began to explore the idea of making smaller electrolytic equipment that uses common salt to move the process on-site,
thus eliminating the need for transportation and storage of hazardous chemicals. Over the last several decades, both the on-site generation process and equipment availability have been refined and improved. ]
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