# Separating NaClO from its aqueous form in bleach

I was wondering, can I separate the $\ce{NaClO}$ from the $\ce{H2O}$ in bleach. The decomposition point for $\ce{NaClO}$ is $374.14\ \mathrm{K}$, so I'm risking decomposing the compound if I do simple distillation.

What should I do?

PS: I don't have a vacuum pump.

Sodium hypochlorite, $\ce{NaClO}$, is unstable and can't be separated from the water in which you usually find it without it decomposing.
Sodium hypochlorite is unstable in substance, but calcium hypochlorite, $\ce{Ca(ClO)_2}$, isn't, any chemical supply store won't hesitate to sell it.