Hypochlorous Acid

  Hypochlorous Acid: An oxyacid of chlorine (HClO) containing monovalent chlorine that acts as an oxidizing or reducing agent.

  Hypochlorous acid

  Hypomide: Hypomide is a commercially available, stable formulation of hypochlorous acid marketed by Genus Pharmaceuticals Limited for use as a hand and surface sanitizer in both the hospital and home environment. Before the advent of Hypomide, hypochlorous acid had limited use in the healthcare environment because its instability necessitated in-situ production by electrolysis involving special equipment.

  Sodium hypochlorite

  Bleach: Bleach refers to a number of chemicals that remove color, whiten, or disinfect, often via oxidation.

  Calcium hypochlorite


  Methyl hypochlorite

  Shock chlorination: Shock chlorination is a process used in many swimming pools, water wells, springs, and other water sources to reduce the bacterial and algal residue in the water. Shock chlorination is performed by mixing a large amount of sodium hypochlorite, which can be in the form of a powder or a liquid such as chlorine bleach, into the water.

  Lithium hypochlorite

  Domestos: Domestos is a household cleaning range which contains bleach (primarily sodium hypochlorite NaOCl) and is manufactured by Unilever. Its power is due to its high availability of chlorine (nominally 100,000 ppm, compared with 50,000 or less for other domestic bleaches}.

  Whistle (decontamination solution): Whistle is the registered trade name of a chemical mixture used in the demilitarization of chemical warfare agents. It is a liquid which can be used to replace sodium hypochlorite or sodium hydroxide in some applications.

  Liquid-Plumr: Liquid-Plumr is a chemical drain opener made of 0.5–2% sodium hydroxide and 5–10% sodium hypochlorite, and a surfactant, produced by the Clorox Corporation

  Weerman degradation: The Weerman degradation is an organic reaction in carbohydrate chemistry in which an aldonamide (derived from an aldonic acid) is degraded by sodium hypochlorite, forming a new sugar with one less carbon. The reaction is named after R.


  Bleach: Heat the Soul (series): 200px|thumb|Cover for Bleach: Heat the Soul.

  List of Bleach video games: There are several video games based on Tite Kubo's manga and anime series Bleach. The games primarily revolve around the plot of the manga, following Ichigo Kurosaki and his friends, as well as his enemies.

  Chloramination: Chloramination is the treatment of drinking water with a chloramine disinfectant.Chloramines, Water Quality Association Both chlorine and small amounts of ammonia are added to the water one at a time which react together to form chloramine (also called combined chlorine), a long lasting disinfectant.

  Bleach (Nintendo home consoles series): The Bleach Nintendo Home Consoles series is a series of fighting games based on the anime and manga Bleach and published by Sega. Three games were released, one for the GameCube and two for the Wii.

  Laundry ball: A laundry ball or washing ball is a product that is promoted as a substitute or enforcer for detergent used in laundry. Producers of laundry balls usually make pseudoscientific claims about how these balls work and exaggerate the extent of their benefits.

  Laundry: Laundry is the washing of clothing and linens.