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The Life cycle of chlorine: part I. Chlorine production and the chlorine-mercury connection

Author: Ayres, Robert U. INSEAD Area: Economics and Political ScienceIn: Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol. 1, no. 1, winter 1997 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 81-94.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask the Library for this articleAbstract: Number of chlorine chimical, especially organochlorines, are toxic, carcinogenic, teratogenic or otherwise potentially disturbing to the environment. The dual purpose of this article, and the ones that follow, are (1) to elucidate the information requirements for an adequate life-cycle analysis of chlorine and its uses and (2) to indicate how and where the use of massbalance methodology can help identify errors and fill in gaps. The present article deals with electrolytic chlorine production and mercury flows arising from chlorine production. Subsequent articles deal with conversion processes and losses and further chemical industry uses of chlorine, major end uses of chlorine and chlorine chemicals, and persistent organochlorine pollutants
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Number of chlorine chimical, especially organochlorines, are toxic, carcinogenic, teratogenic or otherwise potentially disturbing to the environment. The dual purpose of this article, and the ones that follow, are (1) to elucidate the information requirements for an adequate life-cycle analysis of chlorine and its uses and (2) to indicate how and where the use of massbalance methodology can help identify errors and fill in gaps. The present article deals with electrolytic chlorine production and mercury flows arising from chlorine production. Subsequent articles deal with conversion processes and losses and further chemical industry uses of chlorine, major end uses of chlorine and chlorine chemicals, and persistent organochlorine pollutants

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