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Synonyms for chlorine

a common nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens

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Detailed information of all active plants and planned Chlorine projects in India with capacity forecasts to 2019 and additional details such as process, technology, operator and equity
Detailed information of all active plants and planned Chlorine projects in France with capacity forecasts to 2019 and additional details such as process, technology, operator and equity
The demand for the global chlorine market is projected to show significant growth during the forecast period 2015-2020 owing to its usage in several industries such as paper and pulp industry, chemical industry, plastic industry, water treatment industry, pharmaceutical industry and many other.
Around millions of rupees were spent to install the chlorine cylinder at the tube wells, to clean the water.
Doctors who spoke to HRW and had treated victims of the chlorine gas reported that at least 11 people had died in the attacks and "symptoms consistent with exposure to chlorine" were seen in nearly 500 people, according to AFP.
The composition of ancient meteorites, which are remnants of the raw materials that built the planets, indicates that Earth should have 10 times as much chlorine as it does.
We analyzed the moon, and we found that the chlorine isotope values vary by 25 times more than the Earth's," National Geographic News quoted Sharp as saying.
Chlorine gas was used by Germany during the First World War because it is a deadly nerve agent and poison.
Turnip green, spinach and mustard were submerged for 5 minutes in tap water, warm water at 45 C or 50 C, a chlorine dioxide solution at 20 ppm or 40 ppm, and in warm water followed by chlorine dioxide.
As water is recycled through the salt-chlorine generator, there should be little combined chlorine (the irritant that causes the unmistakable odor of a poorly maintained pool).
APPLICATION: Mills can apply xylanase enzyme to reduce the total equivalent chlorine demand in the bleaching process, to reduce the AOX generated.
In a heavily used pool, as much as 90 percent of the chlorine or bromine may be working to eliminate organic impurities.
Using ozone instead of a mix of chlorine and ammonia as a primary water treatment method will reduce the production of compounds called trihalomethanes, which have been linked to cancer.