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whiten

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to lose normal coloration; turn pale

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the whiteness that results from removing the color from something

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the act of whitening something by bleaching it (exposing it to sunlight or using a chemical bleaching agent)

make whiter or lighter

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Adding to the company's impressive product range that includes several underwear and sleepwear collections for both boys and girls, the Lily Collection upholds Lucky & Me's commitment to children's comfort and health by using organic cotton grown without the use of pesticides and manufactured into fabric without chlorine bleach.
Understanding what consumers need is at the core of our research and development process to create products and solutions that make the laundry regimen easy and effective, like Tide Vivid White + Bright and Boost which help remove stains without the damage that chlorine bleach or other treatments can have, while keeping whites looking like new, wash after wash," added Rozas.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), chlorine bleach is corrosive to the eyes; injures skin and mucous membranes on contact; and is harmful if swallowed.
The ick factor Traditional fabric softeners and dryer sheets contain ingredients derived from animal tallow; chlorine bleach can irritate skin and Lungs; and the primary solvent used in conventional dry cleaning is a water pollutant and probable human carcinogen.
2005) concluding that children living in a home cleaned with chlorine bleach had a lower prevalence of asthma.
Disinfect pruning shears between cuts with rubbing alcohol or a 10 percent chlorine bleach solution (1 part bleach, 9 parts water).
When bacteria come into contact with chlorine bleach anchored to a HaloShield-treated sheet, 99.
It can be generated in a gas or liquid form and smells like chlorine bleach.
Chlorine bleach (also known as sodium hypochlorite and sodium hydroxide): This common disinfectant, found in liquid bleach, drain cleaners and oven cleaners (combined with caustic lye), can burn skin and eyes and be fatal if swallowed.
Chlorine bleach - don't store for too long as it can loose its effectiveness.
Using chlorine bleach is particularly hazardous because it reacts with ammonia or acids to release toxic gases.
The formalin solution is diluted with water, ten mL for each one mL of formalin, and the liquid slowly added to household chlorine bleach, 25 mL of bleach for each single mL of formalin.
Over the next 20 minutes, the water's residual chlorine bleach vanquished germs.
For example, toxic gases may be formed when chlorine bleach is mixed with ammonia or a phosphoric acid cleaner.
This presentation will describe some applications of molecular modeling to the products of the reaction of household chlorine bleach with phenolic compounds.