Definitions for "Chlorine"
Chlorine is a JDBC connection pool has the following vital new features: 1) all connections are stored in ThreadLocal a java servlet request can get connections without ever having to synchronize 2) all requests are performed in a transaction by defaul
One of the elementary substances, commonly isolated as a greenish yellow gas, two and one half times as heavy as air, of an intensely disagreeable suffocating odor, and exceedingly poisonous. It is abundant in nature, the most important compound being common salt (Sodium chloride). It is powerful oxidizing, bleaching, and disinfecting agent. Symbol Cl. Atomic weight, 35.4.
Aggh!! The enemy to any freshwater fish, chlorine is very toxic to the fish. Use water conditioners to remove it.
Keywords:  subacute, mastoiditis
Mastoiditis Subacute
(Cl) Essential element for the growth and vitality of African Violets. A micronutrient. Chlorine plays an important role in the function of photosynthesis and may increase an African Violet's resistance to certain pathogens. The amount of chlorine that an African Violet needs is very small, i.e., 70 to 100 ppm. An excess of chlorine can cause problems, including leaf tip burn and decreased flowering. More information.
ppm Undesirable Compounds
Keywords:  selenium
Keywords:  incubation, saliva
Incubation Saliva
Keywords:  legionellosis, seizures
Legionellosis Seizures
Keywords:  resection, intrinsic
Intrinsic Resection
A nonmetallic element that is a necessary component of body cells and fluids, such as hydrochloric acid; it is found in gastric juice and is important to digestion
Keywords:  invasive, steel
Invasive Steel
Keywords:  microorganism, systemic
Microorganism Systemic
Keywords:  mineral
Chlorine is a mineral.