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At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.

At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.

At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.

At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.

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At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.

Q: Does 1 tbsp of chlorine in 2 gals of water make a 100ppm solution?

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19,262.5 gals. calc. 3.14 x radius x radius x depth x 7.48(gals of water/cubic ft.)

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a cubic foot is about 7.5 gallons so4*2*2@7.5= 120 gallons so 12 tsp

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bleach neutralizers: best, sodium metabisulfite or Anti-chlor. 1tsp/2.5 gals wtr. 8tsp/20 gals wtr. Or just sodium sulfite for knocking down chlorine in pools. Also to find answers to questions just google your question you'll find an answer immediately.

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The amount of chlorine shock always depend on how much you want to raise your cholrine level for and the total amount of water in your pool. I was told by pool experts that the amount is 2.5 gals per 16,000gals or 1.5 gals per 10,000gals, once a week. During the summer, make sure you shock every 7 days, after sundown, when all swimmers are done. Shocking at night keeps the chlorine in the water longer.

19,262.5 gals. calc. 3.14 x radius x radius x depth x 7.48(gals of water/cubic ft.)

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