sodium hypochlorite

MediLexicon sodium hypochlorite - Medical Dictionary Definition for Term 'sodium hypochlorite'

[1. strong oxidizer; explosive when anhydrous. Decomposes by absorbing carbon dioxide from the air. Liberates chlorine and oxygen; used in aqueous solution as a bleach and disinfectant. The active constituent of many household bleaches, Clorox, Javex.



I like this molecule
I like the symmetry of this molecule
I work with this molecule
I think
would be a better name for this molecule
I saw this molecule in the ingredients label of

There is a link to this molecule at

Molecular Formula: ClNaO


InChI: InChI=1/ClO.Na/c1-2;/q-1;+1

InChIKey: InChIKey=SUKJFIGYRHOWBL-UHFFFAOYAD
SMILES: [O-]Cl.[Na+]

Names:
    LS-2426
    sodium hypochlorite

Registries:
    ChemSpider: InChIKey=SUKJFIGYRHOWBL-UHFFFAOYAD
    PubChem CID 24340
    PubChem ID 11528481


Google
 
Web sci-toys.com

privacy policy