bleach solution

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  • Next, the film goes into a bleach solution.
  • Hydrogen peroxide acts more slowly than bleaching solution, but gives more definite results. Cited from Forty Centuries of Ink, by David N. Carvalho
  • After color development, the metallic silver was converted to silver halide using a bleach solution.
  • Exposing the paper to strong sunlight will return the writing to its invisible state, as will using a bleach solution.
  • These avoid the need to ship and store chlorine gas, as well as the weight penalty of shipping prepared bleach solutions.
  • Shears should be disinfected between each cut with alcohol or bleach solution.
  • However, hydrogen peroxide is more effective than standard bleach solutions.
  • A bleach solution for treating hard surfaces has been approved by the EPA.
  • It is also recommended that the caregivers wash hands with bleach solutions and cover their mouth and nose with a cloth.
  • The wound should be disinfected with rubbing alcohol or a household bleach solution of one part bleach to nine parts water.
  • Black algae growth can be cleaned with a bleach solution.
  • This contact time is important as a very small fraction of spores can survive longer than 10 minutes while soaked in this bleach solution.
  • Historically, industrial preparation via the Reichstein process used potassium permanganate as the bleaching solution.
  • All items that may have come into contact with the infected ferret should be cleaned with a 10% bleach solution.
  • As the moist material is drawn through the bleaching solution, the acid on the fabric acts upon the solution and releases chlorine. Cited from General Science, by Bertha M. Clark
  • It dissolves slightly in water, forming a bleaching solution. Cited from Handbook of American Daguerrotype, by Humphrey
  • A very diluted bleach solution is best for disinfecting cutting boards.
  • Chance of transmission is also reduced by disinfecting household surfaces, which can be done effectively with a diluted chlorine bleach solution.
  • In the home, accidents occur when hypochlorite bleach solutions are combined with certain acidic drain-cleaners.
  • It comes in the form of powder, which can be dissolved in water to form the bleaching solution in which the colored fabrics are immersed. Cited from General Science, by Bertha M. Clark
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