What chemicals can be used in chlorinated pool water to remove the greyish snot like growth from the bottom of the pool and what is this growth?
This could be just settled clarifier if it is the best e=way to get rid of it id to vacuum it to waste. if you can get a sample of it and ask your pool shop what it is.
The environment in which plants grow is rich with microorganisms and bacteria. Chlorinated water may disturb healthy bacterial growth and harm beneficial microorganisms. It can also prevent nutrient uptake essential to the growth of the plant, as well as alter pH level See related links for more information
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You write an if-then statement to represent what you think will happen at the end of your experiment. For example, let's say someone did an experiment on if chemicals effect plant growth. The hypothesis would be, "If chemicals contain unnatural substances that are un-earth friendly, then they will effect plant growth."
Plant hormones such as auxin work well in weed killers. It seems that these chemicals are taken up more easily by plants with two cotyledons more easily than monocotyledon plants. the chemicals in the weed killer then change the growth patters of the plant. these new growth patters of the plant result n the production of another plant hormone ethylene. there is probably more behind how plant hormones work as plank killers. the truth is…
What is a group of chemicals in the body that helps to control a wide variety of chemical reactions called?
Answer Hormones. They are chemicals produced by the endocrine glands in the body and control a wide variety of biological activities. One very important endocrine gland is the pea-sized pituitary at the bottom of the brain. It produces hormones that regulate growth, secondary sex characteristics, blood pressure, kidney function milk production in females, etc.