Weldon's process

Weldon's process
Weldon's process Wel"don's proc"ess, (Chem.) A process for the recovery or regeneration of manganese dioxide in the manufacture of chlorine, by means of milk of lime and the oxygen of the air; -- so called after the inventor. [1913 Webster]

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