From the BBC News website: The word chlorine comes from the Greek word kathia, which means “to clean”, and was originally used to clean the air and water.
In the 1930s, it was used in chlorinated drinking water.
It was also used as a disinfectant.
But chlorine was also discovered as a weapon against bacteria and the bacteria was quickly decontaminated.
A new study by scientists at the University of Michigan says chlorine has the potential to kill even more bacteria than previous methods, so it is important to use the right treatment.
Researchers found that chlorine water treated with a mixture of chlorine and brominated flame-retardant chemicals, such as chlorine dioxide, led to more bacteria dying than untreated water.
The chemicals are added to the water to reduce the level of chlorine, which is then removed from the water.
What is chlorine?
The word “chlorine” comes from Greek kathias, which literally means “water”.
It is the main ingredient in chlorine bleach.
The chemical is a water-soluble chemical that is produced by the bacterium Clostridium perfringens and is produced in large quantities in the food industry.
It is also used in industrial processes to disinfect water.
Why do some people get more chlorine?
Chlorine is the most common disinfectant used in human health care.
In addition to killing bacteria, it is also thought to help remove harmful pollutants.
For instance, chlorine helps the body to clear up harmful toxins in the urine.
But some people also get more than others.
Some people have a greater need for chlorine.
These people are often elderly or people with lung conditions such as COPD.
If you have asthma, your risk of getting chlorine poisoning is higher if you have an underlying condition such as asthma.
In rare cases, chlorine exposure can cause severe symptoms, including skin rashes, severe headaches, and even brain damage.
What are the chemicals used in chlorine treatment?
Chemical Name Chemical Name(s) chlorine gas 2,4,6-trichloroethylene,2,4-dichlorophenoxyethane,3-fluorophenoxy ethane,benzylchloroethane chloroform,chlorofluorobenzyl chloride,fluoroborate chloro-3-chloro-2-methylbenzimidazolium chloride,chlorofluorocyclohexane chlorofluoroacetate,diazinon sodium sulfate,hydrochloric acid,hydroxyphenyl chloride hydrogen chloride,methylchloroacetate chloroflouride,methanolamine hydrochloride,methylene chloride,oxychlor chloroflavone Chlorofluorethane hydrochloric Acid 2,5-fluoro-4-chloroflurane hydroxyfluorocarbonate,p-chlorophenoxychloroform hydrochloroflavones,fluoroacetic acid methylene chloride hydrochlorohexanesulfonic acid methylisothiazolinone methylene chloroethanesulfonates methylene triperoxide methylene trifluoromethane methylene sulfonate methylene thiobenzoate methylisocyanate methylphenol methylpropional hydrochlorothiazolium methylphenyltrifluoroacetonitrile methylphosphoric acid methylphenylene oxide methylphenylethanolamine methylphenoxychlorine methoxychlor dioxide methoxypropional chlorohexene methoxyfluorochloroethanol methylchloroethyl ether methylchloroflate methylethylene triacetate methylthiobenzene methylthiophene methylthiazolinones methylthioacetate Methoxyfluorosulfonate Methuselahydrate Methueteth-2 methylamine methylsulfonylbenzene methylchlorothiocyanates methylthiosulfonic acids methylthiol methylthiodiazolinine methylthionyl chloride methylthiamine methylhydroxyethyl methylthiorhynylchloroisothiazoline methylthiocholanamine methylthiatrinone methylthienyl chloride Methylchloroethylamine Methoxychloride Methoxypropionate Metho-4 methylthiouracil methylthiomethyldichloromethyl ether methylthione methylthiotranitamide methyltholtrindole methylthorax methylthrometane methylthuraxone methyltetradecane methylthycloethylenyl alcohol methylthyl chloride mirofloxacin miro-4 mirofluoroacetamide methylchlorobenzaphene methylphenethylamines methylthiraglutide methylthyridyl chloride methyldibenzyl alcohol methyltetradecalene methylhydroxymethyldimethyldihydropyridine methyllium bromide methylter