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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V5 #148
If your water company uses ONLY chlorine (Cl2), then 24 hours, WITH
aeration, should expell most of the chlorine from the water.
If, however, they are using chloramine, or something else for
desinfection, then aeration WILL NOT remove the desinfecting agent from
water. It all boils down to whether the information you are getting from
the water company is correct (in the chemical sense).
> Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 20:54:19 +0530
> From: "drajitathale" <drajitathale at hclinfinet_com>
> Subject: re:chlorinated water
> Regarding my earlier querry about mixing 25% chlorinated water, overall I
> got the message that it should not be done.
> The point of my concern & the cause of that querrry was that the chemical
> available for neutralising chlorine is colourless & odourless, LFS might as
> well be giving me plain water in that bottle.In this situation, I might be
> mixing cholorinated water despite the treatment with this chemical.
> If I want to be doubly sure about removal of chlorine, will using water kept
> in a concrete enclosed tank for 24hrs serve the purpose?
> Dr ajit athale
> Baroda India.