calcium hypochlorite


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calcium hypochlorite

n.
A white crystalline solid used as a bactericide, fungicide, and bleaching agent.
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The third case involved a previously healthy woman aged 61 years in California who mixed two pool chemicals, calcium hypochlorite and cyanuric acid, in her kitchen sink.
The effects of hypochlorous acid on commercial-grade polyethylene pipe were measured using standard ASTM OIT methods after exposure in a 60[degrees]C aqueous solution of 5 ppm of free chlorine using calcium hypochlorite (7.
Swimming pools are more problematic, since sodium hypochlorite or calcium hypochlorite is often added to the already chlorinated public water supply.
The Chloritrol valveless metering system is suited for accurate, maintenance-free injection of liquid sodium and calcium hypochlorite for treating municipal drinking water.
The alternative product to hydrogen peroxide, calcium hypochlorite, cannot be used for organic mushroom production in the Commonwealth.
A quick investigation revealed the HT had knocked a large container of calcium hypochlorite off a shelf, and it had broken on the deck.
In two recent decisions, hull and cargo insurers filed claims against the shipper of containerized calcium hypochlorite hydrated ("cal-hypo"), which ignited during transit.
In a three-year period, that's the equivalent of 28,000 gallons of 10 percent bleach, or approximately 40,000 pounds of 65 percent calcium hypochlorite.
Sequestering the cells in the vacuoles also protected them against low doses of calcium hypochlorite.
A coagulation, flocculation and disinfection product, it's made of iron sulfate, calcium hypochlorite, a buffer, a polymer and clay.
It was therefore decided to use a solution of calcium hypochlorite as a chlorinating agent.
MIP 6521/601 provides all of the references for inspecting and cleaning the calcium hypochlorite storage locker.