The easiest way is to just wait a couple of days the chlorine levels will drop on their own. Also, if you use a pool cover, leave it off. This allows free Chlorine to evaporate from the surface. === ===
Hydrogen peroxide react with chlorine.The reaction is the following:H2O2 + Cl2 = 2 HCl + O2
In a way. It causes the bleach to liberate chlorine faster than it normally would; the less chlorine in solution, the lower the effect. The flip side is, hot water itself has a sterilizing effect, but it's not as great as bleach's effect.
No, just add a little more chlorine to keep the chlorine level up, since the sun breaks down chlorine quicker. Hatawa
Because hot air rises.
Exposure to sunlight will lower bromine levels.
If the temperature is hot enough, water will evaporate and lower sea level, and vice versa.
Hot air rises but not cold air.
Although chlorine is a poisonous gas which can kill people, and chlorine was used for that purpose in WW I, it is virtually impossible that your hot tub will contain so much chlorine as to endanger your health. It's safe.
Chemicals used in hot tubs include Bromine or chlorine. Chlorine comes in granulated forms or a liquid. Another chemical used in hot tubs is sodium bromide.
Cold air will sink and hot air will rise. So ACs are placed up higher.
because of the atomosphere it heats up from the sun and if it gets too hot it gets heavy and drops lower and lower to our level and then we therefore suffer the heat from above
Chlorine disappears from bacteria, algae, hot sun, and heavy use. You need to keep chlorine level up daily by checking it with a test kit and adding when needed. If you use tablets in the skimmer this will help every time you run the pump
Mercury and chlorine in a hot sealed tube may form Mercuric chloride HgCl2
An exergonic Reaction will give off heat. The higher energy level (Reactants) will produce a lower energy level (products) and release energy (chemical or kinetic). An exergonic Reaction will give off heat. The higher energy level (Reactants) will produce a lower energy level (products) and release energy (chemical or kinetic).
yes your skin could burn you should make sure that you put as much as directed no less or not clean and not too much or too dangerous
The first thing you should do for a chlorine gas victim is to remove him or her from where the chlorine gas is. Giving the patient first aid for inhaled chlorine does no good if the guy is still lying there breathing chlorine.
hot air rises so the air con will cool down the air above so air cons will be placed at a higher level
It reacts with water and a base called a hot aqueous alkali.
Any hot tub can be sanitized with cholrine-free treatments. Hot Tub Silver is one such product.
If you mean boiling hot, it should be close to the temperature of boiling hot water. This depends on the air pressure; at sea level, water boils at about 100 degrees Celsius (373 kelvin); at higher altitude, where the air pressure is less, it will boil at a lower temperature.
you don't put chlorine in the bath tub you put it in pool,and hot tubs, public water ect.
If there are high levels of either chlorine or bromine in a hot tub, then these chemicals can be irritating to the skin. Absorbing high levels of bromine can also lead to iodine deficiencies in the body. Chlorine is typically safer.
1.45. just use the site gage right under the oil filter. there are 2 sets of marks, the lower is for cold level, and the upper is for maximum hot level.