Pools using salt systems have equipment that coverts sodium chloride (salt) in the water to chlorine in a small chamber on the return side of the filtration and heating equipment. The only advantage to adding additional chlorine to the pool would be to rapidly oxidize(shock)impurities like algae from the water by raising the chlorine content markedly. If the salt system is properly set and working this should not be necessary. ANSWER FROM ANOTHER ANGLE Using normal salt sodium chloride in a normal chlorine set up (That is Without a salt water chlorinator) would probably be slightly beneficial to the skin. However using magnesium chloride and potassium chloride besides the advantage of being non toxic and good for the garden makes the skin and muscles feel good.
the most dangerous chemical would be chlorine, second bromine i think
It would be an ionic bond since calcium is a metal while chlorine is a nonmetal.
Ozone is a more powerful oxidizer than chlorine, so it will help destroy anything that would normally be done by chlorine
The advantages would be that chemical energy doesn't pollute, and it stores many things. The disadvantages would be pollution caused by the burning of fuel cells.
Cl2 (properly written the 2 would be a subscript - but that's tough to do here) represents a diatomic molecule of chlorine. At standard conditions, this is the form pure chlorine takes.
No bond at all.
Chlorine would be my best guess,
Chlorine, like any other chemical substance, has no hardness unless it is in its solid state. Even then, a temperature would have to be specified for a meaningful answer.
copper and chlorine This would require a chemical reaction.
Chlorine is added to water to kill microorganisms such as those that cause cholera and typhoid. However, too much chlorine would be harmful to humans.
Chlorine would be most chemically similar to fluorine. Chlorine is just below fluorine in the periodic table and it is a halogen as well with a similar outer electronic configuration.
Chlorine is neither a proton, electron nor a neutron. Chlorine is a chemical element that exists as chlorine gas, Cl2(g) and is very reactive. However, a chlorine atom would have 17 protons, 17 electrons and either 18 neutrons (for the isotope chlorine-35) or 20 neutrons (for the isotope chlorine-37).
you would get some alone time for once.
One compound would be Silver Chloride - chemical formula AgCl
The advantages of having a test tube/IVF baby is that you would not have to adopt and also your baby would not have any disease when it is born because the doctors would of got rid of any disease's or things like that:)
Fluorine is more chemically similar to chlorine than it is to oxygen. Fluorine and chlorine both have 7 valance electrons, whereas oxygen has 6.
No. For one thing chlorine in its elemental form is a gas and so can't be eaten. Second, it is highly toxic. However, you eat chlorine every day, every time you consume ordinary salt. Salt is a chemical combination of sodium and chlorine: sodium chloride.