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Chlorine is used in bleaches and to clean pools. Chlorine was once used in wars because its actually a greenish yellow GAS thats oppressive to lungs.

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used in world war 1 and killed lots of people some interesting facts about chlorine is that chlorine is extremely important for the production of ice cream. Chlorine is also used to purify water and is used in bleaches.


Important facts about chlorine?

It is used to purify water.


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What are two interesting facts about chlorine?

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What are 3 facts about the 2nd battle of Ypres?

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What is one interesting fact about chlorine family name?

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What is free chlorine in a pool?

There are 3 components to the chlorine level in the pool. Total chlorine, Free chlorine, and Combined chlorine. Free chlorine is the chlorine available for sanitation.


How many chlorine atoms are there in one molecule of chlorine?

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Can you dye your hair after swimming in a chlorine pool?

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Is chlorine explosive?

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Is there chlorine in chlorine dioxide?

Yes. It is a compound of chlorine and oxygen.


What is chlorines mass number?

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What are three dangers associated with chlorine?

- chlorine is toxic - chlorine is corrosive - chlorine react with flammable materials


How do you get high free chlorine to match total chlorine?

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What do you do when your total chlorine is high and your free chlorine is low?

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What is chlorine Analyzer?

A Chlorine Analyzer analyzes free chlorine or total chlorine in water to monitor chlorine dosage. It is frequently used in water and waste water plants to control chlorine dosage.


What is chlorine an example of?

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Can you swim in pool hat has a normal chlorine level but the free chlorine level is high?

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Do all bleaches have chlorine?

No There are newer "Non-chlorine bleaches" with no chlorine


Chlorine-35 and chlorine-37 are examples of what?

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What is chlorine classified as?

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What is chlorine made up of?

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Is chlorine a single atom?

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What is larger chlorine atom or chlorine ion?

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