density difference is decreasing when the temperature rises with liquid chlorine.
Chlorine is a gas, bromine is a liquid and iodine is a solid.
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There is no such thing.
beacause chlorine is a chemical used to clean water
Liquid household bleach will contain anywhere between 3 and 10 percent chlorine. The powdered form of bleach typically contains 40 percent.
Liquid chlorine is just that, but it has only 12-15% actual chlorine. Tabs are 1/2 chlorine and 1/2 cyanuric acid. The acid helps stabilize the chlorine. You're better off getting Calcium Hypochloride, which is a granular form of chlorine. It's safer, lighter, and is about 65% chlorine.
Chlorine gas is liquefied by cooling and pressurizing it.
No, under normal conditions chlorine is a gas.
Chlorine is an insulator since it is a liquid base.
chlorine can only change from a liquid to a gas-which is by the process of evapouration. it cannot be a soild
Have you actually added liquid chlorine to the pool?
If liquid chlorine -250 grams. -Granular chlorine about 230.
You'll need about 7lbs. of Calcium Hypochloride. Use this, not liquid chlorine becasue liquid is about 12% chlorine while cal. hypo is 65% It doesn't matter if you use cal hypo or 12% liquid chlorine. 7 pounds of 65% cal hypo yields 4.55 pounds of available chlorine. 4-1/2 gallons of 12% liquid chlorine would yield the same result, as a gallon of liquid yields about a pound of available chlorine. Chlorine is chlorine . . . the important aspect is use the proper amount to deal with your particular situation.
Yes, at higher pressure and/or low temperature chlorine is a liquid.
sodium hypochlorite 21.5 percent usually found in liquid form at your local swimming pool store. aka (liquid chlorine)
A liquid without electrolytes, such as sodium, chlorine.
If by liquid chlorine you mean bleach (sodium hypochlorite aqueous solution), yes you can. Liquid bleach is preferable to powdered chlorine in any situation because it doesn't increase calcium levels. A salt water chlorine generator decomposes the salt into sodium hypochlorite and hypochlorous acid which decomposes into chlorine gas.
Chlorine is a gas at room temperature.
Chlorine in water is tested using N,N-diethylparaphenylenediamine.
it depends on how much chlorine is already in it .
70 percent of our body is liquid
Liquid. Or gas.