chlorine

Go Direct® Chloride Ion-selective Electrode

Small and low cost Chlorine gas detectors can help to alarm of a unsafe toxic predicament. Though not flammable itself, chlorine gas can explode if it is combined with numerous other common gasses in the atmosphere, such as hydrogen, ammonia, and fuel gas. Chlorine gas can react with organic compounds found in sources of water to develop chloroform, which is a carcinogen. Chlorine and chloramine are toxic to fish, other aquatic animals, reptiles and amphibians. In contrast to chlorine, chloramine can’t be removed by letting water sit out for a few days. Having said that, solutions are obtainable at aquarium...