The bleaching process has been known for millennia, but the chemicals currently
used for .... (calcium oxide) is known as "tropical bleach". Percent active chlorine
in these materials rang...
Nov 4, 2010 ... Regarding how long you can store a bleach solution, it depends on ... can cause
the liquid bleach active to break down into salt and water.
Bleach is a strong and effective disinfectant. Its active ingredient, sodium
hypochlorite, denatures protein in micro-organisms and is therefore effective in
Feb 13, 2006 ... Bleach is so common in the home and in the lab, it's easy to assume that using it
is a no-brainer. You pour some out and it kills germs, right?
Laundry bleach is a solution of sodium hypochlorite, at a pH of about 11. Once
dissolved ... and can provide disinfection over long exposure periods. Stability.
Hair bleach lasts for 20 minutes after it has been mixed. It must be applied
immediately after mixing because it starts to lose its strength soon after mixing....
I'm not sure how long a dilute mixture will retain its activity. ... They state that their
6% active hypochlorite strength required by the EPA for a use ...
The shelf life of bleach and pool shock - plus how The active ingredient in liquid
bleach is sodium hypochlorite. After time bleach naturally degrades into salt and
Aug 27, 2014 ... Household bleach is an inexpensive and effective way to sanitize around the ... It
is now sold in “concentrated” form with more active ingredient. .... salt (NaCl) in
solution… not sure how long it'll be until they have to list that too.
Chlorine Bleach Information. Bleach is probably the most well known mold killer.
In fact many commercial mold killing products contain bleach. The active ...