calcium hypochlorite


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calcium hypochlorite

n.
A white crystalline solid, Ca(OCl)2, used as a bactericide, fungicide, and bleaching agent.

cal′cium hypochlo′rite


n.
a white, crystalline compound, Ca(OCl)2, used as a disinfectant and bleaching agent.
[1885–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.calcium hypochlorite - any hypochlorite of calcium; used as a bleaching agent
hypochlorite - any salt or ester of hypochlorous acid
blanching agent, bleaching agent, whitener, bleach - an agent that makes things white or colorless
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Combining ferric sulphate, a coagulant, with calcium hypochlorite, a disinfectant, Souter knew mixture would change tremendously a world in one billion people do not have access to drinking water.
Lipid solvents like detergents calcium hypochlorite and alcohol based products are used to disinfect the infected surfaces.
Supply of calcium hypochlorite in hard from of 65 % concentration.
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In the six SENSOR-Pesticides states, the active ingredients most frequently associated with acute illness or injury were sodium hypochlorite (31%), triazine compounds (22%), and calcium hypochlorite (16%).
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.
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For the purpose of disinfesting seeds, the calcium hypochlorite is the most used one, besides hydrogen peroxide and sodium hypochlorite.
In a two-year project the Charleston plant will be upgraded in several phases to a more efficient technology for drying slurries of calcium hypochlorite.
This water is then filtered further through two carbon filters, exposed to bacteria-killing UV light, and finally shocked with calcium hypochlorite to prevent coliform growth.
So, the researchers tried applying pressure at 600 MPa for 2 minutes at 20 C in the presence of some chemicals, including calcium hypochlorite, calcium hydroxide, lactic acid or sodium acid sulfate.