Sodium Hydroxide (also known as Caustic Soda and NaOH) is a major inorganic, used in several industries. The majority of its production is used in the manufacture of chemicals, such as propylene oxide and sodium salts, however, the pulp and paper, soap and detergent, and textile industries are also great areas of application. Electrolysis of sodium chloride accounts for most of today’s installed capacity for sodium hydroxide.
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