Sodium Hypochlorite (a.k.a. Liquid Bleach, NaOCl) is the active constituent in chlorine bleach, a strong oxidizer and bleaching agent. This salt is the most remarkable of all hypochlorite forms and has been widely used since the 1930s. Nowadays, it is the most used hypochlorite bleach, accounting for more than 90% of global use, while calcium hypochlorite corresponds to the remainder.
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