How does chlorine in a swimming pool kill bacteria ?
to kill bacteria
Chlorine is added to drinking water to kill the bacteria in it.
Chlorine is added to drinking water to kill bacteria.
To kill bacteria
by picking it up
Chlorine is used as Bleach to clean, and swimming pools to kill bacteria.
No. In fact chlorine is added to swimming pools to kill bacteria.
It is often used in pools to kill both algae and bacteria that is produced.
No. White blood cells do not use chlorine or any other gas. Chlorine would not be effective is it is as toxic to us as it is to bacteria. White blood cells kill bacteria by consuming them and then breaking them down with enzymes.
Water is chlorinated to kill bacteria.
Type your answer here... Chlorine gas is used to kill bacteria in the swimming pools.
Chlorine is a common chemical used to kill bacteria in U.S. public water systems.
Usually a chlorine based chemical is used. But chlorine doesn't kill it all. See link for more.
To prevent algae from growing and to kill bacteria
A tiny bit of chlorine.
Chlorine, with formula Cl2.
Chlorine is added to water to kill harmful bacteria.
there is only one chlorine you can only get one so it's not different types it's just chlorine lollolololl
The water has chlorine in it to kill bacteria and viruses, so they are really tasting the chlorine, not the water.
Both will kill bacteria if you add them to water however there are lots of bacteria adapted to live in salt water but I don't know of many adapted to live with chlorine.