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What is the average concentration in household bleach?

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September 07, 2009 8:39AM

CloroxTM (5.25% w/v sodium hypochlorite)

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It's zero in standard household bleach. The active ingredient in bleach is Sodium Hypochlorite. Normally at 5% for household bleach. The liquid "Chlorine" for pools is usually 10%.

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Household ammonia has 10 times higher H+ concentration

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The formula for household bleach is: NaClO

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Household bleach is toxic, if ingested, to anyone.

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DO NOT use household bleach it will dissolve it. Buy prelightener and peroxide.

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Yes you can use normal bleach to bleach your anus

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Household bleach is Sodium Hypochlorite, NaOCl, in a diluted form, and may have minor additives from the manufacturer.

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Household bleach is an aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite, so it's NaClO in H2O. In order to tell you how many oxygen and hydrogen atoms are in a sample of bleach, I would need some more information like volume and molarity (concentration.)

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When water and bleach are mixed together, the bleach is diluted (concentration is lowered).

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This is a basic material.

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use cleaners such as soap or bleach[bleach is not recommended]

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The scientific name is Sodium Hypochlorite. The chemical formula for pure bleach is NaOCI and for household bleach it is NaClO.

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what was the average household income in 1958? what was the average household income in 1958?

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The chemical formula for household bleach is NaClO, which is a mild version of pure bleach The formula I found for Pure (undiluted) Bleach is NaOCI

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No! Household bleach is extremely toxic and it can kill you. And besides that, it is not the same chemical compound that is used to whiten teeth.

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Chlorine is bleach and it could bleach out your clothes if concentration is high.

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Three examples of household bases are: Bleach, Baking Soda and Coke. :)

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lemons, vinegar, bleach,

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bleach and a household cleaner

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This would be unwise, household bleach is too powerful it would also burn your skin. A bit more: Using household bleach on your hair can have serious consequences, including death. To expose such a large area of your skin to household bleach can result in a lot of the bleach being absorbed into your system via the skin (transdermal), which can have disastrous results. You would also inhale far more of the fumes than what is safe, and could cause serious harm to your lungs, as well as other health problems. And contrary to what some believe, it won't bleach your hair in the way they believe it will anyway.

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No, household bleach is a strong base. Both strong acids and strong bases are caustic.

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its a neutral Common household bleach, Sodium hypochlorite (NaClO), is a salt and neutral.

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Household bleach should not be used to clean pool plaster, and may cause harm. However, using commercial strength bleach or an acid wash will not harm the pool plaster.

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7-7.6 ???? I don't know where this answer came from, but straight out of the bottle household bleach has a ph of about 12.6! This comes from several references and my own measurement with a Hanna meter.