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Ozone Not Only Bad For Climate, But Also Bad For The Heart
2013-02-18 14:15:12

Ever since the “ozone scare” that began in the 1970s, when it was reported that there was a hole in the ozone over the South Pole, there has been a great misunderstanding about ozone.

2013-02-15 23:00:28

Ladybug Tekno 2350 Sales Again Exceed Expectations Vernon Hills, Illinois (PRWEB) February 15, 2013 Last month, the

2013-02-09 23:01:32

The Toxic-Free Ladybug Tekno 2350 Steam Vapor Sanitization System With TANCS® Is Scientifically Proven To Kill Bacteria Cells Unreachable By Bleach And Is Ideal For Cleaning Companies Whose

2013-02-08 23:02:59

The Chemical-Free Ladybug Tekno 2350 Steam Vapor Sanitization System With TANCS® Is Scientifically Proven To Kill Bacteria Cells Unreachable By Bleach And Qualifies As A Disinfection Device

2013-02-07 23:01:44

Bleach has long been considered a treatment for mold.

2013-01-27 23:00:24

National Energy Technologies proudly introduces Laundry ozone injection as their latest conservation strategy that will save considerable fuel, electric, detergent waste and water as it delivers

2013-01-23 23:03:40

Ozone can kill any virus or bacteria known to man. Uxbridge, MA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013 Better Rest Solutions’ new product,SoClean™


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2005-05-26 11:28:30

The term Chlorite can refer to the following meanings: - The chlorite group of clay minerals. - A Chlorite ion is a polyatomic anion consisting of an atom of chlorine and two oxygen atoms. Its chemical formula is ClO2-. The oxidation state of the chlorine atom within the chlorite ion is +3. How does the chlorite anion fit within the overall scheme of chlorine based anions? In general, chlorine can assume oxidation states of -1, +1, +3, +5, or +7 corresponding to the anions Cl-, ClO-,...

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