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Re: Chemical reaction of ClO2 in the body
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Re: Chemical reaction of ClO2 in the body


I read on
Section that chlorine dioxide changes its effectiveness to kill pathogens when the pH is varied - so I must have been mistaken, chlorine dioxide may exist at neutral or even alkaline pH values! The document cites the scientific literature that a higher pH is more effective.

I really don't understand chlorine dioxide and how it stays in molecular form in an alkaline solutions.

The document also says that chlorine dioxide is more effective at higher temperatures (Section

A search on Google showed possible use of phosphate based buffer solutions to achieve near neutral pH with chlorine dioxide. I guess it must be possible with the correct buffer chemicals.

I'll post more on this subject as I learn more about it.

Regards, Stephan

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