T *TW- THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tar:
SD AY, OCTOBER 7, 1924
Sodium C(ahbona k# : foio .bydrate Vit al
In al ,:aii aettareof Washing
DISCOVERED BY BADGER
Development of a . uccessftul meth-
od of sodium' carbonate mono-hydrate
m~anufacture was announced yester-
yesterday by Prof. W. L.,,B'adger, of'
the chem ical engineering department.
The series of experiments which
were concluded last week in the
evaporator laboratory of the depart-
ment were made at the request of
the Church and Dwight company,
manufacturers of washing powders,l
and -with the co-operation of the
Swenson Evaporator company, of '
Economical manufacture of this
ehemical which is an important ele-
ment in laundry and washing com-
pounds has been hitherto impossiblo
because of the excessive formati'on ofI
scale during the boiling process. Pro-1
fessor 1.3adlger utilizing methodsI
Which le developed experimentally l,
several years ago, andl with the aidl j
of a system of forced circulation andl
a special agitating device, achieved
masnufacture of the compound with-I
out scale' deposit during a period of
10 hours. Judging from preliminary l
sucess commercial installation is,
Participation by representatives of
the Swenson Evaporator company in
this experiment is the most recent
evidence of the association between
the Illinois company and the Univer-
sity wh'ich began six years ago with r
the gift to the chemical engineering
depattment of equipment for the
evaporator laboratory. The condit-
ions of the donation provided that.
th.e Swenson company be allowed to
utilize the laboratory for experiment-
Prof. W. E. Lay, of the chemical
englineering department, did research
'work for the government at Langley!
field, near H1ampton Roads, during the
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