Or an infusion of hypochlorite of potash in twice its volume of water may be used instead of the preceding.
Ellms, of Cincinnati, has also noted the effect of hypochlorite on algæ.
A portion of the hypochlorite was almost invariably carried into the basin and increased the dosage.
The hypochlorite reaches the plant in iron cylinders containing 100 pounds.
The solution, however, must be between 45 to 50% hypochlorite.
The hypochlorite was applied at the intake cribs situated a considerable distance off shore.
This is hypochlorite of lime, the substance used for sterilizing the city drinking water.
The weir principle may also be used but it is not so well adapted for hypochlorite as for other chemicals.
Bleaching powder, Chlorinated lime, hypochlorite of calcium.
Liquid chlorine machines are much more suitable than hypochlorite installations for supplies having no chemical control.
hypochlorite hy·po·chlo·rite (hī'pə-klôr'īt',)
A salt or ester of hypochlorous acid.