hypochlorite


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hy·po·chlor·ite

(hī'pō-klōr'īt),
A salt of hypochlorous acid.

hypochlorite

/hy·po·chlo·rite/ (-klor´īt) any salt of hypochlorous acid; used as a medicinal agent with disinfectant action, particularly as a diluted solution of sodium hypochlorite.

hypochlorite

Bleach, ClO– and salts

hy·po·chlor·ite

(hī'pō-klōr'īt)
A salt of hypochlorous acid.

hypochlorite

any salt of hydrochlorous acid. The sodium salt is used as a germicidal agent when mixed in dilute solution. See also sodium hypochlorite.
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They can now be used to improve the chemical stability of hypochlorite as well.
In a 1997 report evaluating a new disinfection system that did not factor for the installation of the new mixers, designers estimated daily hypochlorite usage would average 2,252 gallons (12.
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Sodium hypochlorite contains 5% of free chlorine which is important for breakdown of proteins into amino groups.
Moreover, filter paper disks impregnated with sodium hypochlorite, O-benzyl-p-chlorophenol, liquid detergent, and distilled water were also used and placed on the agar.
We noticed that the final irrigation with only sodium hypochlorite gave the most significant infiltration values.
At the end of 20-d fermentation, hypochlorite ion addition had no effect (p>0.
Among these, sodium hypochlorite (14,15,17) and chlorhexidine (18-20) have widespread use.
Biopure MTAD, Neem leaf extract, sodium hypochlorite and control, each 50[micro]l ,were added to the respective wells and the plates were incubated for 24hrs at 37[degrees]C in an incubator.
The 620 can handle harsh chemicals in the water and wastewater treatment industry, including sodium hypochlorite, ferric chloride, sodium bisulfate, aluminum, fluoride, carbon and lime slurries, polymers, aqueous ammonia, potassium permanganate and caustic slurries.
This investment programme, starting in 2011 will improve plant efficiencies to provide additional capacity and renew key elements of the infrastructure in line with the recent reclassification of Sodium Hypochlorite and therefore the site's status as a Top Tier COMAH installation.
For the purpose of disinfesting seeds, the calcium hypochlorite is the most used one, besides hydrogen peroxide and sodium hypochlorite.