Does sodium thiosulfate neutralize chlorine?
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In respect to this, how do you neutralize sodium thiosulfate?
A range of approximately 2 to 7 parts sodium thiosulfate to neutralize one part chlorine is generally suggested, for example to neutralize 1 liter of a 200 ppm chlorine solution, approximately 0.4 – 1.4 grams of sodium thiosulfate would be required or to neutralize one gallon of a 200 ppm chlorine solution,
One may also ask, does sodium thiosulfate remove chloramine? The simplest and most effective way to remove chlorine and chloramines from your water is using chemical dechlorinators. They both include sodium thiosulfate, which reacts with the chlorine (or the chlorine portion of the chloramine) to form harmless chloride ions. The chlorine is completely and totally removed.
One may also ask, what can I use to neutralize chlorine?
Two forms of vitamin C, ascorbic acid and sodium ascorbate, will neutralize chlorine. Neither is considered a hazardous chemical. First, vitamin C does not lower the dissolved oxygen as much as sulfur-based chemicals do. Second, vitamin C is not toxic to aquatic life at the levels used for dechlorinating water.
Is sodium thiosulfate soluble in water?