Commercialized bleach or chlorox is actually 100 percent pure concentrate. If you want to prepare 2% bleach in a 100mL container, just pour 2mL of concentrated bleach/chlorox in a graduated cylinder and add 98mL of distilled water or if you want to prepare 5% in a 1,000mL container just pour 5mL of pure concentrate bleach and add 95mL of distilled water.
I truly hope that no one is bleaching their feet. The reasons are below. 1) You did not give the concentration (Molarity) of the bleach. 2) Bleach can eat away at skin, no matter the body part. 3) Bleach fumes can cause permanent harm to your health. So please, don't bleach anything but your whites. Thank you.
Household bleach is an aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite, so it's NaClO in H2O. In order to tell you how many oxygen and hydrogen atoms are in a sample of bleach, I would need some more information like volume and molarity (concentration.)
That all depends on what you want the final concentration of alcohol to be.
This depends on the type of bleach; many are mixtures.
there are 1552 atom of oxygen in bleach
bleach stay in your system
7x/10 (That's 7/10 times x). So if x = 10 gallons, then there are 7 gallons of bleach in the solution. (7gal/10gal = 0.70 = 70%). This answer if correct if the percentage is by volume. Otherwise, the question can not be answered without knowledge of the basis of the percentage.
The mass of sodium hypochlorite in 2,5 kg solution is 131,25 g.Sodium chloride is only the product of a decomposition.
450 dropes of bleach to get one oz
Calculation of the atomic weight of an element having many isotopes:ia - atomic mass of the isotope a x percent concentration of the isotope in the elementib - atomic mass of the isotope b x percent concentration of the isotope in the elementic - atomic mass of the isotope c x percent concentration of the isotope in the element...........................................................................................................................iz - mass of the isotope z x percent concentration of the isotope in the elementMake the sum: I = ia + ib + ic + ..... izThe atomic weight of the element is: I/100 (the term weight is recommended by IUPAC in this case).
There were many concentration camps.