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There are different names for the exact same chemical (synonyms). The CAS # will tell you exactly what your looking at since the same CAS # equals the exact same chemical.
This list or ordered by the CAS#.
CAS # Chemical name Molecular Formula Description

Boron Salt

Sometimes found in: Dichlor Products.

This could be any type of boron compound such as sodium tetraborate.

Inorganic Salt

Sometimes found in: Dichlor Products.

Usually this is sodium chloride but it could be almost any other kind of salt though usually those are listed explicitly.

00056-81-5

Glycerin

C3H8O3

Sometimes found in: Pool Salt.
Molar Mass: 92.09 g/mol

Glycerin is an impurity that can be found in salt. It is a simple sugar alcohol compound and generally considered non-toxic.

00060-00-4

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid

Diaminoethane-tetraacetic Acid

C10H16N2O8

Sometimes found in: Sequestrants.
Molar Mass: 292.24 g/mol

Active ingredient in EDTA sequestrants.

00064-02-8

Sodium Edetate

Tetrasodium Ethylenediaminetetraacetate

C10H12N2Na4O8

Sometimes found in: Sequestrants.
Molar Mass: 380.17 g/mol

Active ingredient in EDTA sequestrants.

00064-17-5

Ethyl Alcohol

Ethanol

C2H6O

Sometimes found in: Quatenary Algaecides.
Molar Mass: 46.07 g/mol

Usually this would be in a product as a carrier that evaporates away such as in a chemical pool cover product.

00087-90-1

Trichloro-s-triazinetrione

Trichloroisocyanuric Acid

C3Cl3N3O3

Sometimes found in: Trichlor Products.
Molar Mass: 232.41 g/mol

Active ingredient in trichlor tablets and shock products. It raises the FC and CYA level.

00108-80-5

Cyanuric Acid

Iso Cyanuric Acid

1,3,5-Triazine-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-trione

2,4,6-Trihydroxy-s-triazine

C3H3N3O3

Sometimes found in: Stabilizer / Conditioner Products.
Molar Mass: 129.07 g/mol

Active ingredient in chlorine stabilizer products. It raises the CYA level. Cyanuric acid can be produced by the thermal decomposition of urea and uric acid, or by the thermal decomposition of urea with release of ammonia, or by hydrolysis of crude or waste melamine followed by crystallization.

00144-55-8

Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate

Baking Soda

NaHCO3

Sometimes found in: Baking Soda, Total Alkalinity Up Products.
Molar Mass: 84.007 g/mol

Active ingredient in total alkalinity up products. It raises the TA level.

Sodium Bicarbonate is mainly prepared by the Solvay process:
NaCl + CO2 + NH3 + H2O --> NaHCO3 + NH4Cl

Sodium Bicarbonate may be obtained by the reaction of carbon dioxide with an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide. The initial reaction produces sodium carbonate. Then further addition of carbon dioxide produces sodium bicarbonate, which at sufficiently high concentration will precipitate out of solution:
CO2 + 2 NaOH --> Na2CO3 + H2O   |   Na2CO3 + CO2 + H2O --> 2 NaHCO3

00471-34-1

Calcium Carbonate

Limestone

CaCO3

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 100.0869 g/mol

Calcium carbonate increases both the CH and TA level. Calcium carbonate will react with water that is saturated with carbon dioxide to form calcium bicarbonate.

Calcium hydroxide will readily absorb carbon dioxide from the air to form calcium carbonate. Since the production of calcium hypochlorite uses calcium hydroxide, calcium carbonate can be a by-product of calcium hypochlorite products.
Ca(OH)2 + CO2 --> CaCO3 + H2O

00497-19-8

Sodium Carbonate

Soda Ash

Washing Soda

Na2CO3

Sometimes found in: PH Up Products, Soda Ash, Washing Soda.
Molar Mass: 105.9888 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in pH up products, soda ash and washing soda. It raises the pH and also raises the TA some.

Sodium carbonate is synthetically produced in large quantities from sodium chloride and limestone by a method known as the Solvay process or ammonia-soda process.
2 NaCl + CaCO3 --> Na2CO3 + CaCl2

Sodium hydroxide will readily absorb carbon dioxide from the air to form sodium carbonate. Since the production of sodium hypochlorite uses sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate can be a by-product of sodium hypochlorite products.
2 NaOH + CO2 --> Na2CO3 + H2O

00554-13-2

Lithium Carbonate

Li2CO3

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 73.89 g/mol

An alternative alkalinity up product, but probably more expensive.

Lithium hydroxide will readily absorb carbon dioxide from the air to form lithium carbonate. Since the production of lithium hypochlorite uses lithium hydroxide, lithium carbonate can be a by-product of lithium hypochlorite products.
2 LiOH + CO2 --> Li2CO3 + H2O

00645-92-1

Ammeline

1,3,5-TRIAZIN-2(1H)-ONE, 4,6-DIAMINO-

C3H5N5O

Sometimes found in: Stabilizer / Conditioner Products.
Molar Mass: 127.11 g/mol

An impurity in the production of melamine which produces cyanuric acid.

00645-93-2

Ammelide

C3H4N4O2

Sometimes found in: Stabilizer / Conditioner Products.
Molar Mass: 128.09 g/mol

An impurity in the production of melamine which produces cyanuric acid.

01303-96-4

Sodium Tetraborate Decahydrate

Borax

Na2B4O7·10H2O

Sometimes found in: Borax Products.
Molar Mass: 381.38 g/mol
Water Content: Decahydrate

Typically called borates. It buffers the pH and acts like a mild algaecide. The addition of acid is usually required since it will raise the pH.

01305-62-0

Calcium Hydroxide

Calcium Dihydroxide

Slaked Lime

Hydrated Lime

Ca(OH)2

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 74.093 g/mol

Calcium hydroxide is used to make calcium hypochlorite in either the calcium process or sodium process.

Calcium process:
2 Cl2 + 2 Ca(OH)2 --> Ca(ClO)2 + CaCl2 + 2 H2O
Sodium process:
3 Cl2 + 2 Ca(OH)2 + 2 NaOH --> Ca(ClO)2 + CaCl2 + 2 H2O + 2 NaCl

01310-65-2

Lithium Hydroxide

LiOH

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 23.95 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

This raises the pH like lye but is probably more expensive.

Lithium hydroxide is used to make lithium hypochlorite.
LiOH + NaOH + Cl2 --> LiClO + NaCl + H2

01310-73-2

Sodium Hydroxide

Caustic Soda

Lye

NaOH

Sometimes found in: Bleach / Liquid Chlorine Products.
Molar Mass: 39.9971 g/mol

This can be used to raise pH with half the rise in TA, so it is like borax but without increasing borates.

Sodium hydroxide is used to make sodium hypochlorite or bleach.
Cl2 + 2 NaOH --> NaCl + NaClO + H2O

02624-17-1

Monosodium Cyanurate Monohydrate

C3H3N3O3.Na

Sometimes found in: Liquid Stabilizer / Conditioner Products.
Molar Mass: 152.08 g/mol

Active ingredient in liquid stabilizer. It raises the CYA level instantly without having to wait for it to dissolve.

02809-21-4

Hydroxyethylidene Diphosphonic Acid

1-Hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid

C2H8O7P2

Sometimes found in: Sequestrants.
Molar Mass: 206.03 g/mol

Active ingredient in HEDP sequestrants.

02893-78-9

Sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione

Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate

C3Cl2N3NaO3

Sometimes found in: Dichlor Products.
Molar Mass: 219.95 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in dichlor shock products. It raises the FC and CYA level.

07447-40-7

Potassium Chloride

KCl

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hardness Increaser Products, Water Softener Salt Substitute.
Molar Mass: 74.5513 g/mol

Salt substitute. Sometimes substituted for ordinary table salt to decrease sodium intake in diets. It raises the Salt level.

Potassium chloride can be used to make calcium chloride, the main ingredient in calcium hardness increaser products:
2 KCl + CaCO3 = CaCl2 + K2CO3

07447-41-8

Lithium Chloride

LiCl

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 42.39 g/mol

When lithium hypochlorite and lithium chlorate decompose it also turns into the salt lithium chloride.

Lithium hypochlorite decomposition:
3 LiClO --> 2 LiCl + LiClO3
Lithium chlorate decomposition:
2 LiClO3 --> 2 LiCl + 3 O2

07646-93-7

Potassium Bisulfate

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 136.169 g/mol

Lithium hypochlorite is produced by passing chlorine gas through a solution of lithium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide in the presence of diluents such as sodium sulfate and potassium sulfate.

07647-01-0

Hydrochloric Acid

Hydrogen Chloride

Muriatic Acid

HCl

Sometimes found in: Muriatic Acid.
Molar Mass: 36.46 g/mol

It is used to lower the pH. Hydrochloric acid is hydrogen chloride dissolved in water.

07647-14-5

Sodium Chloride

Common Salt

Table Salt

NaCl

Sometimes found in: Bleach / Liquid Chlorine Products, Calcium Hardness Increaser Products, Calcium Hypochlorite Products, Dichlor Products, Pool Salt.
Molar Mass: 58.44 g/mol

Sodium chloride is used and found in a variety of things. It raises the Salt level.

07681-38-1

Sodium Bisulfate

Sodium Hydrogensulphate

Sulfuric Acid, Monosodium Salt

NaHSO4

Sometimes found in: PH Down Products.
Molar Mass: 120.06 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in pH Down products. It lowers the pH and adds sulfates.

One production method involves mixing quantities of sodium hydroxide and sulfuric acid which react to form sodium bisulfate and water.
NaOH + H2SO4 --> NaHSO4 + H2O

A second production method involves reacting sodium chloride and sulfuric acid at elevated temperatures to produce sodium bisulfate and hydrogen chloride gas.
NaCl + H2SO4 --> NaHSO4 + HCl

Sodium sulfate reacts with sulfuric acid to give the acid salt sodium bisulfate.
Na2SO4 + H2SO4 --> 2 NaHSO4

07681-52-9

Sodium Hypochlorite

Bleach

NaClO

Sometimes found in: Bleach / Liquid Chlorine Products.
Molar Mass: 74.442 g/mol

Active ingredient in liquid chlorine or bleach products. It raises the FC level.

Sodium hypochlorite and sodium chloride are formed when chlorine gas is passed into a cold and dilute sodium hydroxide solution using electrolysis.
Cl2 + 2 NaOH --> NaCl + NaClO + H2O

07681-57-4

Sodium Metabisulfite

Sodium Disulfite

Sodium Pyrosulfite

Na2S2O5

Sometimes found in: Chlorine Reducing Products.
Molar Mass: 190.107 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in chlorine reducing products. It lowers the FC level.

07757-82-6

Sodium Sulfate

Sulfuric Acid Disodium Salt

Na2SO4

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products, PH Down Products.
Molar Mass: 142.04 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Lithium hypochlorite is produced by passing chlorine gas through a solution of lithium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide in the presence of diluents such as sodium sulfate and potassium sulfate.

Sodium sulfate reacts with sulfuric acid to give the acid salt sodium bisulfate.
Na2SO4 + H2SO4 --> 2 NaHSO4

07757-83-7

Sodium Sulfite

Na2SO3

Sometimes found in: Chlorine Reducing Products.
Molar Mass: 126.043 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in chlorine reducing products. It lowers the FC level.

07758-11-4

Dipotassium Phosphate

K2HPO4

Sometimes found in: Phosphate Buffers.
Molar Mass: 174.2 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in phosphate buffers. This will increase the phosphate level.

07758-80-7

Monosodium Phosphate

NaH2PO4

Sometimes found in: Phosphate Buffers.
Molar Mass: 119.98 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

This is an ingredient in phosphate buffers. This will increase the phosphate level.

07758-99-8

Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate (chelated in solution)

CuSO4·5H2O

Sometimes found in: Copper Based Algaecides.
Molar Mass: 249.685 g/mol
Water Content: Pentahydrate

This is an ingredient in copper-based algaecides. Copper sulfate is produced industrially by treating copper metal with hot concentrated sulfuric acid or its oxides with dilute sulfuric acid.

07772-98-7

Sodium Thiosulfate

Na2S2O3

Sometimes found in: Chlorine Reducing Products.
Molar Mass: 158.11 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in chlorine reducing products. It lowers the FC level.

07775-09-9

Sodium Chlorate

NaClO3

Sometimes found in: Bleach / Liquid Chlorine Products.
Molar Mass: 106.44 g/mol

During the manufacturing process or storage of sodium hypochlorite, heat and oxygen build up can decompose the sodium hypochlorite ion to form sodium chlorate. This can happen faster in liquid form than it will in a powdered form. The chlorate ion is an oxidizer but not as powerful as the hypochlorite ion. Further decomposition of sodium chlorate will form sodium chloride and oxygen gas and then will no longer be an oxidizer.

Decomposition into chlorate:
3 NaClO --> 2 NaCl + NaClO3
When heated, sodium chlorate decomposes into sodium chloride, releasing oxygen gas:
2 NaClO3 --> 2 NaCl + 3 O2

07775-27-1

Sodium Persulfate

Na2S2O8

Sometimes found in: Dichlor Products.
Molar Mass: 238.10 g/mol

This is one type of chlorine free shock product and is also a minor contaminant in MPS and is irritating to the skin for some people. Sodium persulfate is synthesized using water and sodium sulfate (Na2SO4 * 10H2O) in electrolysis with a pure platinum anode.

07778-54-3

Calcium Hypochlorite

Bleaching Powder

Ca(ClO)2

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 142.98 g/mol

Active ingredient in Calcium Hypochlorite Shock products. It raises the FC and CH level.

Calcium hypochlorite is manufactured using the calcium process or the sodium process by reacting chlorine with calcium hydroxide and possibly sodium hydroxide which also produces calcium chloride.

Calcium process:
2 Cl2 + 2 Ca(OH)2 --> Ca(ClO)2 + CaCl2 + 2 H2O
Sodium process:
3 Cl2 + 2 Ca(OH)2 + 2 NaOH --> Ca(ClO)2 + CaCl2 + 2 H2O + 2 NaCl

07778-80-5

Potassium Sulfate

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 174.259 g/mol

Lithium hypochlorite is produced by passing chlorine gas through a solution of lithium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide in the presence of diluents such as sodium sulfate and potassium sulfate.

07786-30-3

Magnesium Chloride

MgCl2

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hardness Increaser Products.
Molar Mass: 95.211 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Magnesium chloride can be used to produce calcium chloride which is the active ingredient in calcium hardness increaser products:
MgCl2 + Ca(OH)2 --> Mg(OH)2 + CaCl2

10034-99-8

Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate

Epsom Salt

MgSO4·7H2O

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 246.47 g/mol
Water Content: Heptahydrate

Added as a filler to calcium hypochlorite products usually to the ones with less than 57.8% calcium hypochlorite. It also decreases the burning rate of combustible materials with which calcium hypochlorite comes into contact with making it more stable. Magnesium sulfate adds sulfates which can pose problems if the level gets too high.

10043-01-3

Aluminium Sulfate

Al2(SO4)3

Sometimes found in: Dichlor Products.
Molar Mass: 342.15 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Typically used as a flocculant or clarifier.

10043-35-3

Boric Acid

H3BO3

Sometimes found in: Borate Products.
Molar Mass: 61.83 g/mol

Typically called borates. It buffers the pH and acts like a mild algaecide. Boric acid is only slightly acidic.

10043-52-4

Calcium Chloride

CaCl2

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hardness Increaser Products, Calcium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 110.98 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in calcium hardness increaser products. It raises the CH level. Calcium chloride can be produced from a variety of processes.

Solvay process or ammonia-soda process:
2 NaCl + CaCO3 --> Na2CO3 + CaCl2
The limestone-hydrochloric acid process:
CaCO3 + 2 HCl --> CaCl2 + CO2 + H2O
Natural brine process:
Ca(OH)2 + Mg2+ --> Mg(OH)2 + Ca2+
Or produced as a bi-product or waste of some other chemical process such as:
Calcium hypochlorite reacts with hydrochloric acid to form calcium chloride.
Ca(ClO)2 + 4 HCl --> CaCl2 + 2 H2O + 2 Cl2
Potassium chloride can be used to make calcium chloride:
2 KCl + CaCO3 --> CaCl2 + K2CO3
Magnesium chloride can be used to produce calcium chloride:
MgCl2 + Ca(OH)2 --> Mg(OH)2 + CaCl2

The production of calcium hypochlorite also makes calcium chloride by using either the calcium or sodium process.
Calcium process:
2 Cl2 + 2 Ca(OH)2 --> Ca(ClO)2 + CaCl2 + 2 H2O
Sodium process:
3 Cl2 + 2 Ca(OH)2 + 2 NaOH --> Ca(ClO)2 + CaCl2 + 2 H2O + 2 NaCl

10099-58-8

Lanthanum Chloride

LaCl3

Sometimes found in: Phosphate Remover Products.
Molar Mass: 245.26 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Active ingredient in phosphate remover products. Technically in pool water the lanthanum chloride that is added will form lanthanum carbonate if there is no phosphate after precipitating any lanthanum phosphate.

10102-17-7

Sodium Thiosulfate

Na2S2O3·5H2O

Sometimes found in: Chlorine Reducing Products.
Molar Mass: 248.18 g/mol
Water Content: Pentahydrate

Active ingredient in chlorine reducing products. It lowers the FC level.

10137-74-3

Calcium Chlorate

Ca(ClO3)2

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 206.98 g/mol

During the manufacturing process or storage of calcium hypochlorite, heat and oxygen build up can decompose the calcium hypochlorite ion to form calcium chlorate. It takes longer to happen in powdered form than in liquid form. The chlorate ion is an oxidizer but not as powerful as the hypochlorite ion. Further decomposition of calcium chlorate will form calcium chloride and oxygen gas and then will no longer be an oxidizer.

Decomposition into chlorate:
3 Ca(ClO)2 --> 2 CaCl2 + 1 Ca(ClO3)2
When heated, calcium chlorate decomposes into calcium chloride, releasing oxygen gas:
Ca(ClO3)2 --> CaCl2 + 3 O2

10402-15-0

Copper Citrate

C12H10Cu3O14

Sometimes found in: Dichlor Products, Copper Based Algaecides.
Molar Mass: 568.84 g/mol

This is an ingredient in copper-based algaecides. The citrate chelates the copper so can help to prevent staining.

10476-85-4

Strontium Chloride

SrCl2

Sometimes found in: Calcium Hardness Increaser Products.
Molar Mass: 158.53 g/mol
Water Content: Anhydrous

Unknown why this would be in calcium hardness increaser products.

12179-04-3

Sodium Tetraborate Pentahydrate

Borates, tetra sodium salts, pentahydrate

Boron sodium oxide (B4Na2O7), pentahydrate

Na2B4O7·5H2O

Sometimes found in: Borate Products.
Molar Mass: 291.29 g/mol
Water Content: Pentahydrate

Typically called borates. It buffers the pH and acts like a mild algaecide. The addition of acid is usually required since it will raise the pH.

13601-19-9

Sodium Ferrocyanide Decahydrate

Na4Fe(CN)6

Sometimes found in: Pool Salt.
Molar Mass: 303.91 g/mol
Water Content: Decahydrate

Sometimes known as yellow prussiate of soda. It is added to road and food grade salt as an anticaking agent.

13840-33-0

Lithium Hypochlorite

LiClO

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 58.39 g/mol

Active ingredient in lithium hypo shock products. It raises the FC level.

Lithium hypochlorite is produced by passing chlorine gas through a solution of lithium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide in the presence of diluents such as sodium sulfate and potassium sulfate.
LiOH + NaOH + Cl2 --> LiClO + NaCl + H2

17927-65-0

Aluminium Sulfate

Al2(SO4)3·xH2O

Molar Mass: 360.17 g/mol
Water Content: Hydrate

Typically used as a flocculant or clarifier.

20211-76-1

Lanthanum Chloride

LaCl3·xH2O

Molar Mass: 263.28 g/mol
Water Content: Hydrate

Active ingredient in phosphate remover products. Technically in pool water the lanthanum chloride that is added will form lanthanum carbonate if there is no phosphate after precipitating any lanthanum phosphate.

31075-24-8

Poly (oxyethylene(dimethyliminio)ethylene-(dimethyliminio)ethylene dichloride)

1,2-Ethanediamine, N,N,N',N'-Tetramethyl-, Polyme

(C10H24Cl2N2O)n

Sometimes found in: PolyQuat Algaecides.

Active ingredient in polyquat algaecides.

31512-74-0

Poly [oxyethylene(dimethyliminio)ethylene(dimethyliminio)ethylene dichloride]

Polixetonium Chloride

Poly [oxy-1,2-ethanediyl(dimethyliminio)-1,2-ethane diyl(dimethyliminio)-1,2-ethanediyl dichloride

(C10H24N2O)n.2Cl

Sometimes found in: PolyQuat Algaecides.

Active ingredient in polyquat algaecides.

36355-96-1

Lithium Chlorate

Chloric Acid, Lithium Salt, Hydrate (3:1)

LiClO3

Sometimes found in: Lithium Hypochlorite Products.
Molar Mass: 90.39 g/mol
Water Content: Hydrate

During the manufacturing process or storage of lithium hypochlorite, heat and oxygen build up can decompose the lithium hypochlorite ion to form lithium chlorate. It takes longer to happen in powdered form than in liquid form. The chlorate ion is an oxidizer but not as powerful as the hypochlorite ion. Further decomposition of lithium chlorate will form lithium chloride and oxygen gas and then will no longer be an oxidizer.

Decomposition into chlorate:
3 LiClO --> 2 LiCl + LiClO3
When heated, lithium chlorate decomposes into lithium chloride, releasing oxygen gas:
2 LiClO3 --> 2 LiCl + 3 O2

51580-86-0

Sodium Dichloro-s-Triazinetrione Dihydrate

Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate Dihydrate

Sodium Dichloro-s-Ttriazine Trionedihydrate

Troclosene Sodium, Dihydrate

C3Cl2N3NaO3

Sometimes found in: Dichlor Products.
Molar Mass: 255.98 g/mol
Water Content: Dihydrate

Active ingredient in dichlor shock products. It raises the FC and CYA level.

54451-24-0

Lanthanum Carbonate

La2(CO3)3

Sometimes found in: Phosphate Remover Products.
Molar Mass: 457.838 g/mol

Active ingredient in phosphate remover products.

68391-01-5

Alkyl (67% C12, 25% C14, 7% C16, 1% C18) Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride

N-alkyl (C12-18)-N,N,-dimethyl-N-benzylammonium chloride

C23H42ClN

Sometimes found in: Quatenary Ammonium Based Algaecides.

Active ingredient in quatanery algaecides. Often abbreviated as ADBAC.

68424-85-1

Alkyl (50% C14, 40% C12, 10% C16) Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride

Quaternary ammonium compounds, benzyl-C12-16-alkyldimethyl, chlorides

C17H30ClN

Sometimes found in: Quatenary Ammonium Based Algaecides.

Active ingredient in quatanery algaecides. Often abbreviated as ADBAC.

68956-79-6

Alkyl dimethyl ethylbenzyl ammonium chloride (12-

C25H46ClN

Sometimes found in: Quatenary Ammonium Based Algaecides.

Active ingredient in quatanery algaecides. Often abbreviated as ADBAC.

70693-62-8

"Oxone" Monopersulfate Compound

2KHSO5·KHSO4·K2SO4

Sometimes found in: Chlorine Free Shock Products.
Molar Mass: 614.76 g/mol

Clorine free oxidizer. Oxone is a triple salt with some minor contaminants and you usually see the individual ingredients in it that is most commonly the following:
43% potassium monopersulfate
23% potassium bisulfate
29% potassium sulfate
3% potassium peroxydisulfate - aka potassium persulfate and is similar to sodium persulfate
2% magnesium carbonate




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