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Chlorine and Infectious Disease

Infection is a basic fact of nature, and new diseases have been evolving almost as long as life itself, according to Arno Karlen, author of Man and Microbes Disease and Plagues in History and Modern Times Chlorine based disinfectants were first used in a Vienna maternity ward in 1847 by Dr Ignaz Semmelweiss to

Exploring Chlorine Compounds

Purpose You will observe and compare the physical and chemical properties of different chlorine compounds Materials Magnifying glass Aluminum foil, 1 x 4 cm strip pH paper, 4 strips Chemplate or 4 small jars or test tubes with rack Small jar of tap water Dropper bottle of household ammonia Dropper Small spoon

Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water

Water To Be Used for Drinking, Cooking, Making Any Prepared Drink, or Brushing the Teeth Should Be Properly Disinfected When the home water supply is interrupted by natural or other forms of disaster, you can obtain limited amounts of water by draining your hot water tank or melting ice cubes In most cases, well w

Pool and Spa Disinfection

Nothing refreshes like a dip in the pool on a hot summer day Swimming pools provide fun, exercise and welcome relief from high temperatures Spas and hot tubs are increasingly popular for the therapeutic relaxation they provide But unless water disinfectant levels are properly managed, a dip in the pool or spa c

Center for the Polyurethanes Industry

The Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) of the American Chemistry Council mission is to promote the growth of the North American polyurethanes industry.