pH (1% soln/water):
2.0-2.7 (1% soln)
2.07 g/cm3 at 25°C or 850 kg/m3
A) Bleaching of wood pulp, cotton, hemp, silk, cloth, fiber etc.
B) Widely used in disinfection of drinking water, hotel, hospital, swimming pool, pond and bath room
C) Used in the anti-shrinkage treatment of wool, bleaching of textiles, and used as chlorating agent of rubbers.
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