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NaClOSodium Hypochlorite (bleaching agent)
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acquisition of sodium hypochlorite and sodium hydroxide by the companies of the guas de portugal group.
Physical treatment was done with sonication, chemical treatment with sodium hypochlorite and physiochemical treatments of surface sterilisation was a combination of both.
Such variation in response to sodium hypochlorite could be related to the variation in methodology, form (gel versus liquid) and concentration of sodium hypochlorite, time of application [19], and many other factors that will be discussed in detail in this review.
Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) is the most widely used disinfectant in many industries despite the increasing availability of other disinfectants.
Staphylococcus aureus colonization occurs in the lesional and nonlesional skin of many atopic dermatitis patients, and bleach baths at a concentration of approximately 0.005% sodium hypochlorite are a common treatment, but not always an easy or convenient one, Dr.
56 incisors were endodontically prepared with the ProtaperA system and were irrigated with Sodium hypochlorite at 2.5%.
Sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) is the active constituent in chlorine bleach, a powerful oxidizer and bleaching agent.
when a Schott employee accidentally mixed three gallons of sodium hypochlorite mix with 100 gallons of hydrochloric acid, producing the release of chlorine gas.
Mounted on skid, Osec B-Pak tubular cell electrolyzer systems generate 0.8 per cent sodium hypochlorite solution as-needed and on-site from water and salt for disinfecting drinking, process, and swimming pool water.
A number of agents have been used as auxiliary irrigation solutions for the biomechanical preparation of root canals, including ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA), sodium hypochlorite, chlorhexidine and others.
Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) has been widely used as an irrigant since its introduction in endodontics by Walker in 1936.