chlorine dioxide


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Noun1.chlorine dioxide - an explosive gas (ClO2) used chiefly in bleaching paper or starch or soap or flour and in water purification
blanching agent, bleaching agent, whitener, bleach - an agent that makes things white or colorless
dioxide - an oxide containing two atoms of oxygen in the molecule
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Although chlorine dioxide does not break apart ozone itself, scientists believe it participates indirectly in the ozone-destruction cycle -- a series of chemical reactions fueled mainly by chlorine from human-made chlorofluorocarbons that are accumulating in the stratosphere.
However, the addition of chlorine dioxide in precise metered quantities to the maximum allowed levels offers the optimum disinfection capability achievable within the definition of potable water.
We can now scale and customize flow volumes to support almost any commercial application and can even replace chlorine or chlorine dioxide in chillers.
to design and supply of an integrated chlorine dioxide plant for its pulp expansion project in Guaiba, RE[degrees]o Grande do Sul, Brazil.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- CDG Environmental, LLC, producers of proprietary, highly-engineered chlorine dioxide chemistries, announces the Organic Material Review Institute, OMRI, listing of our product, CDG Solution 3000.
So scientists wanted to investigate the effectiveness of gaseous chlorine dioxide in reducing numbers of A.
The latest ECF technology at lwakuni includes chlorine dioxide, oxygen and high temperature sulfuric acid treatment.
A new VG2000 chlorine dioxide delivery system has been launched by Vernagene, tel:0120 452 9494, e-mail: enquiries@vemagene.
Project: Develop a portable and efficient unit that generates and monitors chlorine dioxide gas to decontaminate bio-enclosures.
CMPC Group s Celulose Riograndense has awarded a contract to US-based Jacobs Engineering for an integrated chlorine dioxide plant for its pulp expansion project in Guaiba, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
In the past, the use of chlorine dioxide has been constrained by the molecule's inherent instability, which has necessitated its on-site production at point-of-use.
The objectives of research at Auburn University and elsewhere involved comparing the bactericidal effectiveness of chlorine dioxide in its solution and gaseous phases against Salmonella on inoculated eggs.