In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In table salt, sodium atoms donate one electron each to chlorine atoms, making the sodiums positively charged ions and the chlorines negatively charged ions (called chloride).
- The blue was fading to a dull chlorine green, the fuchsia sprouting roots of over an inch.
- The green chlorine gas rolled over the Allied frontline and it created panic.
- In the preceding example the aluminum has a valency of three and the chlorine has a valency of one.
- A lifeguard dove into the greenish chlorine filled water and lifted Hope out of the pool.
- As chlorine is a bleaching agent, this may also have effects on the health of your hair and skin.
- It said the chlorine leaked from a leftover tank that hadn't been sealed off completely, the agency said.
- Once in the upper atmosphere, the energy from the Sun causes the chlorine to be released.
- Once chlorine has combined with other chemicals it is not effective as a disinfectant.
- Daniel stopped swimming for a second, he looked up and rubbed his eyes free of the chlorine that was burning his eyes.
- It's just that the doctor had ordered against this because the chlorine could hurt her eye.
- And my eyes don't feel like they are on fire with the chlorine getting in them.
- Usually it's brittle from all the chlorine at the pool, and flat from wearing a woolly hat, but now it's blow dried and bouncy.
- The only other ongoing upkeep necessary is the monitoring of the chlorine balance every couple of days.
- I love the smell of the chlorine in the morning, and the way the water sounds when it rushes pass my ears.
- She kissed him, tasting the chlorine from the pool and the ice tea that he had been sipping.
- The anion that is left behind is a cluster of carbon, chlorine, and boron atoms.
- Bacteria are very sensitive to chemical disinfectants such as chlorine and iodine.
- Rinse shampoo out of your hair thoroughly and wash and condition it well after swimming in a chlorine filled pool.
- Right now, the chlorine in the pool keeps Crocker's hair from growing past his ears.
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