Hypochlorite of sodium 2828900000
Sodium hypochlorite is an inorganic compound, the sodium salt of hypochlorous acid. Anhydrous sodium hypochlorite is an unstable, colorless crystalline substance readily soluble in water. It is usually used in the form of a relatively stable pentahydrate (the most stable form is white rhombic crystals) or an aqueous solution.
An aqueous solution of hypochlorite is a strong oxidizing agent, has a powerful bactericidal activity, has a characteristic pungent chlorine odor and is highly corrosive. properties. The trivial (historical) name for an aqueous salt solution is “labarrakova water” or “jelly water.”
Sodium hypochlorite solution is obtained by a factory method - by absorption of chlorine with a sodium hydroxide solution. oxidizing agent for some industrial chemical production processes. It is used as a bactericidal and sterilizing agent in medicine, food industry and agriculture. It is the active substance of the Neochlor disinfectant.
The entire wide range of uses of sodium hypochlorite can be divided into three conditional groups:
- domestic use;
- industrial use;
- medical use.
Domestic use includes into itself:
- use as a disinfectant and antibacterial treatment; < use for disinfection of wounds;
- use as antiviral, antifungal and bactericidal agent;
- use in dentistry as an antiseptic irrigation solution.
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