Behentrimonium chloride, also known as ...more on Wikipedia about "Behentrimonium chloride"
In chemistry, to bleach something generally means to whiten it or oxidize it. A bleach is a chemical that can produce these effects. Common chemical bleaches include sodium hypochlorite, or "chlorine bleach," and "oxygen bleach," which contains hydrogen peroxide or a peroxide-releasing compound (eg. sodium perborate, or sodium percarbonate). "Bleaching powder" is calcium hypochlorite. Bleaching can be a preliminary step in the process of dyeing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bleach"
(Calcium peroxide) General ...more on Wikipedia about "Calcium peroxide"
Carbol fuchsin, carbol-fuchsin, or carbolfuchsin, is a mixture of phenol and basic fuchsin, used in bacterial staining procedures. It is commonly used in the staining of mycobacteria as it has an affinity for the mycolic acids found in their cell walls. It is a component of Ziehl-Neelsen stain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carbol fuchsin"
Chlorine dioxide is a reddish-yellow gas which is one of several known oxides of chlorine. Chlorine dioxide is relatively stable in the gas and liquid states, but can explode easily. Practically, it is never handled in its pure form. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chlorine dioxide"
Fuchsine, fuchsin, rosanilin, or rosaniline hydrochloride is a magenta dye with chemical formula 19 17 3· . It becomes magenta when dissolved in water; as a solid, it forms dark green crystals. Its inventor, the 19th century French company Renard, named the dye after the German translation of the company's name, fuchs ( fox). ...more on Wikipedia about "Fuchsine"
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Gentian violet ( crystal violet, Methyl Violet 10B, hexamethyl pararosaniline chloride) is an antifungal agent. Typically prepared as a weak (eg 1%) solution in water, is painted on skin or gums to treat or prevent fungal infections. Gentian violet does not require a doctor's prescription (in the US), but is not easily found in drug stores. Tampons treated with gentian violet are sometimes used for vaginal applications. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gentian violet"
GLUMA Desensitizer is the most widely used product in the United States for the treatment of dental sensitivity. Its formula of 5% glutaraldehyde and 35% HEMA ( hydroxyethyl methacrylate) in water is used to help control both hypersensitive dentin and reduce the incidence of post-operative sensitivity in restorative dentistry procedures. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gluma"
Hypochlorous acid is a weak, unstable acid with chemical formula H O Cl. It occurs only in solution and is used as a bleach, an oxidizer, a deodorant, and a disinfectant. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hypochlorous acid"
Lugol's iodine, also known as Lugol's solution, is a solution of iodine named after the French physician J.G.A. Lugol. Lugol's iodine solution is often used as an antiseptic and disinfectant, it is also used to determine how much starch is in a substance (turns a dark-blue/black). ...more on Wikipedia about "Lugol's iodine"
Methyl violet is the name given to a group of similar chemicals used as pH indicators and dyes. Methyl violets are mixtures of tetramethyl, pentamethyl and hexamethyl pararosanilins. By blending the different versions, the dyemaker can create different shades of violet in the final dye. The more methylated the compound (the more methyl groups attached), the deeper blue the final color will be. ...more on Wikipedia about "Methyl violet"
In organic chemistry, phenols, sometimes called phenolics, are a class of chemical compounds consisting of a hydroxyl group (- O H) attached to an aromatic hydrocarbon group. The simplest of the class is phenol (C6H5OH). ...more on Wikipedia about "Phenols"
Sodium hypochlorite is a chemical compound with the formula NaClO. A solution of sodium hypochlorite is frequently used as a disinfectant and as a bleaching agent; indeed, often it is simply called "bleach", though other chemicals are sometimes given that name as well. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sodium hypochlorite" Come again to http://www.shortopedia.com Disinfectants
Sodium metabisulfite or sodium pyrosulfite is a sterilizer and antioxidant/ preservative. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sodium metabisulfite"
Tincture of iodine is 3% elemental iodine in ethanol base. It is an essential component of any emergency survival kit, used both to disinfect wounds and to sanitize surface water for drinking. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tincture of iodine"
Virkon is the brand name of a disinfectant comprised of potassium peroxymonosulfate, sodium chloride, sulphamic acid, malic acid, sodium hexametaphosphate (a buffer), sodium dodecyl benzene sulphonate (a detergent), amaranth color (an indicator), and lemon peel extract to provide a characteristic odor. The mixture is frequently used as a veterinary disinfectant, as well as in laboratories for cleaning up spills, soaking equipment or wiping benches. It has a remarkable spectrum of activity against viruses, fungi, and bacteria, including mycobacteria such as tuberculosis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Virkon"
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