The Solvay process, also known as the ammonia-soda process, produces sodium carbonate and calcium chloride. The two raw materials are limestone (calcium carbonate) and brine (sodium chloride). The limestone is thermally decomposed to produce calcium oxide and carbon dioxide.
The carbon dioxide passes through an ammonia-brine resulting in precipitation of sodium bicarbonate which is then calcined to sodium carbonate.
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