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The use of the potassic or sodic alkaline liquid conjointly with chloride of silver, and the oxide of the same, that forms through the immersion of the carbon in a chloridizing bath.
"The chloridizing bath consists of 100 parts of acetic acid, 5 to 6 parts, by weight, of hydrochloric acid, and about 30 parts of water.
"When the element is used up, and, notably, when all the chloride of silver is reduced, it is only necessary to plunge the carbon with its asbestos covering (after washing it in water) into a chloridizing bath, in order to bring back the metallic silver that invests the carbon to a state of chloride, and thus restore the pile to its primitive energy.