bleach water

08:32 Aug 4, 2019
English to German translations [PRO]
Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng
English term or phrase: bleach water
The GelMax water-soluble bag has been tested on the absorption of 2% bleach water, showing its effectiveness.

Bleichwasser? Bleichmittel?
Es handelt sich um einen Urin-Beutel für bettlägrige Patienten
Verena Milbers
France
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4Bleichlauge
Johannes Gleim
3 +1Bleichwasser
Marga Shaw
2(wässrige) Peroxidlösung
Barbara Schmidt
22%iges Wasserstoffperoxid
Regina Eichstaedter
Summary of reference entries provided
Bleach water
D. I. Verrelli

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2%iges Wasserstoffperoxid


Explanation:
meine Vermutung ...

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starkes Bleich- und Desinfektionsmittel


    Reference: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wasserstoffperoxid
Regina Eichstaedter
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(wässrige) Peroxidlösung


Explanation:
wird zur Desinfektion verwendet. Peroxid hat zudem auch eine Bleichwirkung, von daher.

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Sorry - die 2 für Antwortsicherheit ist zu niedrig ausgefallen (Fehler von mir beim Tippen). Ich bin mir da schon ziemlich sicher.

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Kann übrigens auch Hypochlorit sein. Wäre zu klären.

Barbara Schmidt
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Bleichwasser


Explanation:
Ich würde .im Deutschen die allgemeine Bezeichnung "Bleichwasser" beibehalten und fand auch einige 'ghits' - z. B.

Produktform: Gemisch
Handelsname: Bleichwasser - 5 L
Produktcode: 330206
Produkttyp: Bleichmittel auf Chlorbasis,Reinigungsmittel
http://www.ajregniers.be/fiches/fr/MSDS/MSDS_5411511302517_D...

Um Bleichwasser von grüner Farbe herzustellen, müssen die Mengenverhältnisse verändert werden. Man nimmt Chlorkalk . . . . . . . 500,0 Natriumkarbonat ...100,0 Wasser ...1250,0
https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=zyebBwAAQBAJ&pg=PA538&lp... (Seite 538)

1.1. Produktidentifikator
Produktname
Bleichwasser 13:

Synonyme
Bleichlauge, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; Bleichlösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; Bleichwasser,
Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; Chlorbleichlauge, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; Chlorlauge,
Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; Hypochloritlauge, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%;
Hypochloritlösung, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; javellische Lauge, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%;
Labarraque-Lauge, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; Natriumhypochlorit, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven
Chlores<2.5%; Natriumhypochloritlauge, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; Natriumhypochloritlösung 1-2.5%
Cl aktiv; Natronbleichlauge, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz aktiven Chlores<2.5%; unterchlorigsaures Natrium, Lösungen, 1%≤Konz
aktiven Chlores<2.5%
https://deckers-verfspecialist.be/sites/default/files/datash...

Javelwasser
Stoffe Oxidationsmittel
Javelwasser ist eine wässrige Lösung von Kalium- oder Natriumhypochlorit mit antimikrobieller und bleichender Wirkung. Es wird hauptsächlich zur Reinigung, Desinfektion und zum Putzen angewendet. Javelwasser ist sehr giftig für Wasserorganismen, reizend und darf nicht mit Säure gemischt werden.
synonym: Javel, Javellewasser, Liquor natrii hypochlorosi, Bleichwasser, Eau de Javel, Eau de Labarraque, Candeggina, Chlorwasser, >Bleichlaug, Chlorbleichlauge
Für die medizinische Anwendung wird die → Dakin-Lösung verwendet.
https://www.pharmawiki.ch/wiki/index.php?wiki=Javelwasser

Mit der Bezeichnung 'Javelwasser' für 'bleach water' scheint etwas Vorsicht angebracht zu sein.

Es folgen zwei Links zu GelMax wasserlöslichen Beuteln zur Information:
GE:
https://www.rcs-pro.de/out/media/carebag8.pdf

EN:
http://unpub.wpe.au.syrahost.com/var/m_e/ef/efc/13587/306473... (ab Seite12)




Marga Shaw
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Kim Metzger: bleach and water solution
3 hrs
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Bleichlauge


Explanation:
Never use bleach water(chlorine), glass cleaner [...]
ittalum.nl
Benutzen Sie niemalsChlorwasser,Glasreinigungsmittel [...]
ittalum.nl

Chlorine bleach and watermixture (30 ml bleach/liter ofwater) Ammonia-based [...]
quovadis.tv
Einer Mischung aus Chlorbleiche und Wasser (30 ml Bleiche je Liter Wasser) 
quovadis.tv

[...] with soap and water, 70%isopropyl alcohol, a 10% dilution of chlorine bleach indistilled water, orchlorhexidine. 
accuvein.com
[...] mit Seife und Wasser,70% Isopropyl-Alkohol, einer10% Chlorbleichlösung indestilliertem Wasser oder Chlorhexidin [...]
accuvein.com

Do not bleach / chlorinate with pale water orconcentrated bleach, also no Jewelled waters active stain remover (recognizably [...]
unland.at

Nicht bleichen/chloren mit Bleichwasser oder konzentriertem Bleichmittel, auch keine wie Jawelle-Wasser ...
https://www.linguee.de/englisch-deutsch/uebersetzung/bleach ...

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Chlorine, a powerful oxidizer, is the active agent in many household bleaches. Since pure chlorine is a toxic corrosive gas, these products usually contain hypochlorite which releases chlorine when needed. "Bleaching powder" usually means a formulation containing calcium hypochlorite.

Oxidizing bleaching agents that do not contain chlorine are usually based on peroxides such as hydrogen peroxide, sodium percarbonate, and sodium perborate. These bleaches are called 'non-chlorine bleach,' 'oxygen bleach' or 'color-safe bleach.'[2]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bleach

Sodium hypochlorite is a chemical compoundwith the formula NaOCl or NaClO, comprising a sodium cation (Na+) and a hypochloriteanion (OCl−
or ClO−). It may also be viewed as the sodium salt of hypochlorous acid. The anhydrous compound is unstable and may decompose explosively.[3][4] It can be crystallized as a pentahydrate NaOCl·5H2O, a pale greenish-yellow solid which is not explosive and is stable if kept refrigerated.[
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_hypochlorite

Natriumhypochlorit (redirected from Bleichlauge)
Natriumhypochlorit (NaClO) ist das Natriumsalz der Hypochlorigen Säure (HClO, veraltet auch „Unterchlorige Säure“). Es ist ein weißes Pulver, das im Normalfall sechs Mol Kristallwasser pro Mol Natriumhypochlorit enthält. Der Trivialname der wässrigen Lösung von Natriumhypochlorit ist Eau de Labarraque oder Eau de Javel, wobei die Bezeichnung Eau de Javel streng genommen nicht korrekt ist, denn dieses bezeichnet eine Lösung von Kaliumhypochlorit, unter Umständen in einer Mischung mit anderen Salzen wie Kaliumchlorid. Im Handel wird jedoch häufig kein Unterschied gemacht.
https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natriumhypochlorit

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Nachfolgende englischsprachige Referenzen unterstützen die Interpretation von "bleach water" = "Bleichlauge (Natriumhypochlorit)"

There is no free-standing, or elemental, chlorine in bleach. Bleach is manufactured from salt and water to produce sodium hypochlorite, the active ingredient in bleach. Bleach is simply a water solution of this compound.
https://waterandhealth.org/disinfect/myths-chlorine-bleach/

Sodium hypochlorite poisoning
Sodium hypochlorite is a chemical commonly found in bleach, water purifiers, and cleaning products.
Swallowing sodium hypochlorite can lead to poisoning. Breathing sodium hypochlorite fumes may also cause poisoning, especially if the product is mixed with ammonia.
This article is for information only. DO NOT use it to treat or manage an actual poison exposure. If you or someone you are with has an exposure, call your local emergency number (such as 911), or your local poison center can be reached directly by calling the national toll-free Poison Help hotline (1-800-222-1222) from anywhere in the United States.
https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/002488.htm

Calcium hypochlorite will store for a long period of time and remain effective as a chemical drinking water treatment. So get rid of the household bleach and buy a can of Calcium hypochlorite for your disaster emergency water disinfection needs. It lasts far longer and treats far more water than the traditional chlorine bleach water disinfection treatment.
http://survivaltopics.com/better-than-bleach-use-calcium-hyp...

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Reference comments


5 days
Reference: Bleach water

Reference information:
In English "bleach water" is by no means a common expression.

One might ask whether it has arisen as a translation from some other language.

Another possibility is that it is a form of 'Simple English'.
https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Simple_English_W...

I noted that a poster apparently describing disinfection procedures relevant to Ebola epidemics, which was released by the CDC (in the USA), used simple terminology such as "pee-pee" along with "chlorine water". Presumably that language was chosen deliberately following assessment of their target 'audience'.
https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/pdf/2.6-percent-chlorine-bleac...

One also notes that the GelMax products are claimed to have a special certification for use in Ebola epidemics according to WHO recommendations that relates to the bleach absorption.

"SPECIAL EBOLA
Bleach approved Certified
Compatibility : Gelmax/Bleach
(absorbtion: 70g/g at 0.5% of chlorine)"
[Note: "absorbtion" is a typo. in the original.]
http://unpub.wpe.au.syrahost.com/var/m_e/ef/efc/13587/306474...

"The current Ebola epidemic has led Health Services throughout the world to issue numerous recommendations [...]."
"The best solution to secure and dispose of disinfectant bleach residue is by absorbing and turning it into a gel. The only products that should be used are super absorbent products that have been successfully tested with bleach. Cleanis’ Gelmax® Super-Absorbent technology has been presented to the United Nations purchasing department & Medical team on Aug 19th 2014 and successfully passed a complete set of tests with bleach at different concentration levels recommended by the WHO."
"Literature available:
- Absorption tests:
Anioxyde 1000 – DD1
NaCl 0.9% / 2% / 2.6% / Na OH (= soda 1N) / NaCl
Tap water / NaCl / bleach 0.1% / 0.5% / 2%
Gelmax® / Bleach compatibility certificate"
"Tested with bleach (70g/g at 0.5% active chlorine)"
http://margemed.com.tr/site/dosyalar/EBOLA2.pdf

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By the way, in case I wasn't being clear...
I am proposing that "bleach water" may be a 'simple' formulation intended to refer to bleach that has been (somewhat) diluted with water.

D. I. Verrelli
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