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.
Because hot air rises.
No, just add a little more chlorine to keep the chlorine level up, since the sun breaks down chlorine quicker. Hatawa
Exposure to sunlight will lower bromine levels.
Room heater are placed on a lower level because the air coming from the room heater is hot and hot air is light so it will go up and resulting in keeping us warm.
If the temperature is hot enough, water will evaporate and lower sea level, and vice versa.
Hot air rises but not cold air.
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