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Other" includes pool chemicals not otherwise specified (n = 4), sodium hydroxide (n = 3), bromine (n = 2), cyanuric acid (n = 2), algaecide (n = 1), peroxide (n = 1), sodium bicarbonate (n = 1), and sodium dichromate (n = 1).
Tenders are invited for Supply of trichloro iso cyanuric acid (tcca-90)
5 ml deionized water and 5 g cyanuric acid into a three-necked flask.
2,4,6Trichloro-1,3,5-triazine is easily hydrolyzed to cyanuric acid by heating with water at elevated temperatures.
Polymers can be thermoplastic polyesters and the nucleating agent can be cyanuric acid, which is more effective than boron nitride.
According to him, TCCA decomposes in water to release free chlorine and cyanuric acid which, when combined with a chemical called melamine released from common household utensils and cutlery, can form substances that increase the risk of kidney failure.
But in the presence of cyanuric acid, it loosely associates to form a melamine-cyanuric acid complex, which accumulates in the body, leading to kidney failure.
All of the referenced methods monitor the presence of cyanuric acid in addition to melamine.