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Chlorine - Public Fact Sheet

Revised January 2004 C HLORINE Public Fact Sheet What is chlorine? Chlorine is a naturally occurring element normally used in industry and found in some household products.

Chlorine: Effects on Health and The Environment

The purpose of this publication is to provide quick access to information about the effects of chlorine on human health and the environment. It is part of the Chlorine Institute's support of the chlor-alkali industry and service to the public.

Chlorine Safety

Chlorine Safety A 5-Minute Safety Training Aid HS04-076B (11-08) Exposure to concentrated amounts of chlorine can be toxic and cause irritation to the skin, eyes, nose, and mucous membranes.

What Is It? Chlorine in its pure form is a greenish-yellow ...

Argonne National Laboratory, EVS Human Health Fact Sheet, August 2005 Symbol: Cl Atomic Number: 17 (protons in nucleus) Atomic Weight: 35 (naturally occurring) Radioactive Properties of the Key Chlorine Isotope Radiation Energy (MeV) Isotope Half-Life (yr) Specific Activity (Ci/g) Decay Mode ...

FACT HEET Facts About Chlorine

March 18, 003 Page 1 3 FACT HEET Facts About Chlorine What chlorine is · Chlorine n lement used industry and found in ome household ducts. · Chlorine metimes in he form isonous gas.lorine gas can


Prioritization of Toxic Air Contaminants - Children's Environmental Health Protection Act October, 2001 Chlorine - 1 Chlorine CAS Registry Number: 7782-50-5 Cl-Cl I. Physical and Chemical Properties Description Yellow/green gas Molecular formula Cl 2 Molecular weight 70.096 g/mol Air ...

Background document for development of WHO Guidelines for ...

WHO/SDE/WSH/03.04/45 English only Chlorine in Drinking-water Background document for development of WHO Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality _____ Originally published in Guidelines for drinking-water quality, 2 nd ed. Vol.2.

TR-052 Massive Leak of Liquefied Chlorine Gas

U.S. Fire Administration Fire Investigations Program T he U.S. Fire Administration develops reports on selected major fires throughout the country.

Chlorine Residual Testing

Chlorine Residual Testing Fact Sheet, CDC SWS Project 1 Chlorine Residual Testing The presence of chlorine residual in drinking water indicates that: 1) a sufficient amount of chlorine was added initially to the water to inactivate the bacteria and some viruses that cause diarrheal disease; and ...


MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ISSUED: 10/23/97 CHLORINE REVISED: 11/01/99 SECTION I - PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Westlake CA&O Telephone No.: (270) 395-4151 2468 Industrial Parkway Transportation Emergency No.: P O Box 527 CHEMTREC: (800) 424-9300 Calvert City, KY 42029 Medical Emergency No.: ...