hypochlorous

Related to hypochlorous: Hydrobromic, Hydrocyanic, Perchloric, chloric

hypochlorous

(ˌhaɪpəˈklɔːrəs)
adj
(Chemistry) chem relating to chlorine which has a valence lower than chlorous compounds
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The electrolysis of such salt solutions produces a solution of hypochlorous acid and sodium hydroxide--a cleanser and sanitizer
Laboratory tests show that hypochlorous acid has potent antimicrobial activity in solution yet is non-toxic to mammalian cells and also neutralises bacterial toxins.
Realm Therapeutics (AIM:RLM), a biopharmaceutical company has dosed the first patient in its phase two study of PR022, the Company's proprietary topical gel formulation of high concentration hypochlorous acid, intended for the treatment of atopic dermatitis, it was reported yesterday.
These products include benzoyl peroxide (BP), silver, hypochlorous acid, and sodium hypochlorite.
Products in the line were developed using hypochlorous, a technology long used to treat chronic skin conditions, wounds and burns, which the company described as its "secret weapon" in specialty skin care.
02% concentration of hypochlorous acid in both spray and gel formulations that can be used to supplement existing OCuSOFT Lid Scrub eyelid cleansers in the most severe cases of eyelid disorders.
Tenders are invited for supply installation and commissioning of Hypochlorous Acid and Mixed Oxidant generation system for onsite generation of non toxic disinfectant Solution on Rate Contract for two years
The group's focus is now its drug development strategy, which is based on the company's patented hypochlorous acid technology and formulations at high concentrations.
has chosen the ECA-1 Hypochlorous acid Ionizer as a hands-on educational tool to show industries how to use advanced Green technologies.
NeutroPhase is a new skin wound and cleanser; its active ingredient pure hypochlorous acid is a substance produced naturally by the immune system as a first defense against microbial invaders.
Its germicidal ability is related to the formation of hypochlorous acid when in contact with organic debris.
Effect of Hypochlorous Acid as a Mouthwash on Salivary pH: in vitro Study