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Why does the temperature of the reactants affect products formed? [closed]

It is often seen that in chemical reactions, the temperature of the reactants often affect the products formed. For example in reactions of sodium hydroxide with chlorine, the products formed depend ...
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can I measure free chlorine content in treated water using ORP sensor? if yes guide me how?

In my project, I need to measure ph, turbidity, and free chlorine content in treated water from wastewater, I found sensors for ph and turbidity but when I search for chlorine sensor, I found it but ...
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Dissipating Cl2

Is there a way to keep Cl2 gas very low in a 55 gallon drum? HOCl is stored in it and there is some Cl2 off gassing in top headspace. Was wondering if there was anything I could use in one of the bung ...
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Total Chloride Vs Organic/Inorganic Chloride

I am currently running a project to detect chloride level in crude palm oil. On most lab service websites, some offer total chloride detection and others offer organic chloride detection. What are the ...
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How can chlorine be 'only' the third-most electronegative element yet have the highest electron affinity?

From Wikipedia: It is an extremely reactive element and a strong oxidising agent: among the elements, it has the highest electron affinity and the third-highest electronegativity on the Pauling scale, ...
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Piperonal from piperinic acid

Is it possible to get piperonal if I do this? How much would this yield? chlorinate the double bonds in the piperinic acid Then convert the chlorine into alcohol Use periodic acid for oxidation ...
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Are there terms for ions of chlorine other than chloride?

An ion of chlorine with a charge of −1 is called a chloride ion/anion. Are there terms for other ions of chlorine, for example, $\ce{Cl+}$ or $\ce{Cl^2-}?$
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How to measure chlorine content using ORP sensor?

In my project I need to measure pH, turbidity, and chlorine level of treated drinking water. I found sensors for measuring pH, turbidity, and also chlorine. The actual problem begins is that the cost ...
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Why do iron objects leave black marks on laminate countertop [closed]

My over 30 years old laminate kitchen countertop had accumulated a lot of marks over the years that no cleaner would remove. I finally gave up and decided to use chlorine bleach on it knowing that ...
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Halogens chemical reactions with each other [closed]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halogen Can Halogens react with each other? Examples : Chlorine + Flourine Flourine + Iodine Iodine + Bromine Chlorine + Bromine and so on. Permutations and Combinations. ...
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What makes a good chlorinating agent?

From what I know, good inorganic chlorinating agents, $\ce{SOCl2, PCl3, PCl5}$ are able to substitute a poorer leaving group (like $\ce{OH-}$) for chlorine. For example, for substitution of the ...
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Naming and structure of PtCl4.2HCl (complex/coordination compound)

Given that $\ce{PtCl4.2HCl}$ when reacted with excess of $\ce{AgNO3}$ produced zero moles of $\ce{AgCl}$, I understand that all the chlorine atoms are inside the coordination sphere. But what will the ...
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ClO2 chlorine dioxide how to know if it is still active or not ? by color ? by smell ? by reaction?

my wife have ClO2 tablet form. she dilutes it to be put inside mister. each time she make the dilution: package instruction: 1 tablet to 1 liter water => 100ppm ClO2 *we name this 100ppm as "...
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Creating a chemical solution with water and chlorine

I bought a swimming pool for my kids and also a measurement instrument for measuring the amount of chlorid in the pool in mg/l. The problem is now that you have to calibrate the instrument before ...
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Production of hypoclorous acid by salt water electrolysis: requesting tips [closed]

I wish to use commonly available perfume ultrasonic nebulizers/diffusers to "fog" my working environment with hypoclorous acid, to obtain full coverage (ish) disinfection, albeit slowly. I also wish ...
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Nickel salts from hypochlorites

(JUST A HEADS UP I’m 15 years old and new to chemistry) So I was recently looking around the house looking for products that I can extract chemicals from and I found a bottle of cleaning Vinegar ( 5% ...
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What is the substance turning salty water green when electrolysed? [duplicate]

I am a student and I take O.L. Chemistry, in my knowledge I know if I electrolysed concentrated aqueous NaCl solution I should get Hydrogen evolved at the cathode and chlorine at the anode. I did an ...
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Could the Superoxide Radical Anion Be Responsible for the Removal of Chlorine Dioxide Used to Treat Natural Waters?

Some background facts: $\ce{ClO_2}$ is a gas that is highly soluble in water (some 8 g/L at 20 °C). However, per Wikipedia , to quote: It does not hydrolyze when it enters water, and is usually ...