chlorine water


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chlo·rine wa·ter

a water that contains the chlorides of sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium in varying amounts.
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Aeromonads are widely distributed in a variety of aquatic environments and have been isolated from marine waters, rivers, lakes, swamps, sediments, chlorine water, water distribution systems, drinking water, and residual waters.
"Chlorine water works well on hard surfaces, but there can be issues if bacteria get inside organic matter on the produce, making chlorine ineffective," Keener said.
He said that citizens during ablution and washing face should use chlorine water and avoid using non-chlorine water and if symptoms appear they should contact the nearest health centre immediately.
"I think there's just something about getting into chlorine water that you just automatically go," he added.
In the first phase of this study, commercial polyethylene pipes were obtained and immersed in deionized (DI) water, while another set was immersed in chlorine water. The concentration of chlorine in the chlorinated DI water was fixed at 5 ppm of free chlorine using calcium hypochlorite, at an initial pH of approximately 6.8.
Other member states have been asked to send clean water, oral rehydration salts, chlorine water purification powder, waste management solutions and medical assistance, including personnel and supplies.