Chlorine for Pools.

Peyton’s and Ryan’s swimming pool is turning green. They will fix the chlorine generator again, but they need to add shock to clear up the algae in the pool. Commercially available shocks are typically powders containing calcium hypochlorite. The hypochlorite ion forms the active hypochlorous acid when the product is added to water. Household bleach contains sodium hypochlorite, which Peyton and Ryan think should serve the same purpose. Will one gallon of bleach from the dollar store be as effective at generating hypochlorous acid as a one pound bag of pool shock?

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