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Chlorine Air Pollution

Chlorine Air Pollution

Air pollution of Chlorine Gas Over the years chlorine gas and hydrochloride solution have been with varying degrees of success for scrubbing systems emitting obnoxious odor into the atmosphere. Ever since the...
Chlorination in Food Process

Chlorination in Food Process

chlorination of process water in canneries and frozen food packing began about 1946. Since that time the practice of in-plant chlorination has been widely accepted and is now virtually universal. the use of...
Chlorination of Potable Water

Chlorination of Potable Water

Chlorination Process The primary objective of water supply chlorination is disinfection.  Because of chlorine’s oxidizing powders, it has been found to serve other useful purposes in water treatment,...
CHLORINE

CHLORINE

Discovery of Chlorine Chlorine was discovered in its gaseous form in 1774 by Karl W. Scheele, a Swedish Chemist, when he heated a black oxide of Manganese with Hydrochloric...
CHLORINATION

CHLORINATION

About Chlorination  chlorine, thanks its great efficiency when used even in small quantities of chlorine and to its simplicity in use, is the most common reagent for chlorination Disinfection (Kill micro...
Chemistry of DPD

Chemistry of DPD

DPD stands for N, N-diethyl-p-phenylene-diamine.   In this method the DPD indicator  reacts instantaneously with free available chlorine residual in the absence of iodide. Subsequent addition to the same...
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