Solvay processSol·vay process
a process for making soda (sodium carbonate) by treating common salt (sodium chloride) with ammonia and carbon dioxide
Origin of Solvay processdeveloped by Ernest Solvay (1838-1922), Belgian chemist
A process used to produce large quantities of soda ash from sodium chloride, ammonia, and carbon dioxide.
Origin of Solvay processAfter Ernest Solvay.