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 Can plants absorb liquid chlorine?

Answer Liquid chlorine is used to treat bacteria and algae growth in pools. It can also be found in municipal tap water. If it is absorbed in plants, a condition called chloridosis may occur. This will ... Read More »
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When plants such as watermelon absorb water do they also absorb bacteria or other contaminates?

No. If a plant is growing in contaminated soil or is watered with contaminated water, the contaminants can persist on the flesh of the fruit, so its important to wash it thoroughly and peel it befo... Read More »
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Would collision or other than collision coverage apply if a liquid chlorine jug fell in your vehicle while driving and the chlorine damaged your carpet?

Answer That should be covered by comprehensive insurance and the insurance company will pay for damages minus any deductable.
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What Is the Difference of Liquid Chlorine vs. Gas Chlorine?

Gas chlorine exists at room temperature, with a yellow-green color. Liquid chlorine forms under cooler temperatures, and has an amber color. Liquid chlorine is used to purify water and make househ... Read More »
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Does rice or pasta absorb the chlorine in tap water when cooked?

The chlorine should boil out of the water. I have used strongly-chlorinated water to make both, and I've never tasted it in either rice or pasta. Nothing to worry about.
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