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What is the raw material for obtaining chlorine?
Salt is used as the primary raw material in chlorine [http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/salt/myb1-2006-salt.pdf]
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User: What is the raw material for obtaining chlorine?

Weegy: Salt is used as the primary raw material in chlorine
[http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/salt/myb1-2006-salt.pdf]

User: What is the raw material for obtaining chlorine?

Weegy: Salt is used as the primary raw material in chlorine
[http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/salt/myb1-2006-salt.pdf]

User: how is chlorine extracted from this raw material

Weegy: an entirely new technology that allowed chlorine to be extracted
[www.stb.dot.gov:8085/?sGet&Dl1ZTH1WXw1zAA0FXBRTV0x6Sw1xfAUGXAIHCW4DF3QCencGXAYECmoGFgAIdBNVAl9HcUsOS1FELBNGO1dFS0ZcQQ0AfQEDS1ReVEpdTl1VcAcEXwMHCAoBakBUK20yNzgvMy8wME01Ngw%3D]

User: how is chlorine extracted from salt

Weegy: oil extract Maximum protection from the drying effects of sun, wind, salt and chlorine.
[http://peterlouissalon.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/verydry.html]

User: What is the raw material for obtaining fluorine?

Weegy: a fluorine compound, etc. is used for a raw material and there is no description
[www.faqs.org/patents/app/20080241513]

User: how is fluorine extracted from fluorine compounds

Weegy: structure of the fluorine compound film is changed and it was understood that it
[www.faqs.org/patents/app/20080241513]

User: how is fluorine extracted from fluorine compounds?

Weegy: structure of the fluorine compound film is changed and it was understood that it
[www.faqs.org/patents/app/20080241513]

User: which living organisms can iodine be extracted from?

Weegy: Iodine is found in the mineral caliche, found in Chile, between the Andes and the sea. It can also be found in some seaweeds (algae), as well as extracted from seawater. Extraction from seawater involves electrolysis. [ The brine is first purified and acidified using sulphuric acid and is then reacted with chlorine. An iodine solution is produced but it is yet too dilute and has to be concentrated. To do this air is blown into the solution which causes the iodine to evaporate, then it is passed into an absorbing tower containing acid where sulfur dioxide is added to reduce the iodine. The solution is then added to chlorine again to concentrate the solution more, and the final solution is at a level of about 99%. Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iodine for more information. ]

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