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n. - Belgian chemist who developed a process and built factories exploiting it (1838-1922).

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  • Congress of Physics, known as the Solvay Congress, at Brussels in
  • This is known as the Solvay process, and was the main source of soda ash until the Wyoming trona deposits were discovered.
  • NEW YORK Reuters Health - If you believe the ads from drugmakers such as Solvay
  • Sure, companies such as Solvay deserve patent protection (although Solvay long ago recouped its research-and-development costs). for more
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