The main components of bleaching powder are calcium hypochlorite [Ca(CLO)2] and basic calcium chloride (CaCL2). It is a white powder substance with a great smell of chlorine. When it reacts with carbon dioxide and water in the air, it can generate hypochlorous acid (HCLO). Hypochlorous acid is an extremely unstable chemical substance that easily decomposes into active oxygen, which is atomic oxygen. . This kind of oxygen has a strong oxidizing effect, it can combine with colored substances, it can decompose all the colors, and it can turn those colored objects into colorless.
Calcium hypochlorite is a strong oxidizer. The dangers of calcium hypochlorite include that it can catch fire when it comes in contact with organic matter or ammonium compounds, and it is easy to exothermic and decompose at high temperatures, causing fire or explosion, and it is released by reaction with acids. Toxic chlorine and corrosive irritation. At the same time, calcium hypochlorite will decompose and release oxygen to support combustion when encountering an open flame. When calcium hypochlorite is mixed with organic materials such as sawdust or oil, even if there is no flammable environment, it will cause a fire.
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