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Sodium Hypochlorite

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The inorganic chemical sodium hypochlorite, popularly known as chlorine bleach, has the formula NaOCl. It is unstable and has the potential to decompose explosively. Since the 18th century, it has been widely employed as a disinfectant or bleaching agent. However, because of its corrosive qualities, widespread availability, and reaction products, it poses a substantial safety concern.

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CHEMICAL NAME

Sodium Hypochlorite

INDUSTRY

Home Care and Industrial Cleaning

APPLICATION

Bleaching Agent

IDENTIFICATION AND PROPERTIES

SYNONYMS

Antiformin Bleach Chloride of soda

MOLECULAR WEIGHT

74.442 g/mol

CAS NUMBER

7681-52-9 (anhydrous) check 10022-70-5 (pentahydrate

CHEMICAL FORMULA

NaOCl

HS CODE

28289030

DENSITY

1.11 g/cm3

MELTING POINT

18 °C

BOILING POINT

101 °C

VISCOSITY

Not Specified

SHELF LIFE

2 Years

TYPICAL PROPERTIES

Not Specified

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