Adding a charge to disinfectants can change them. The fogger videos are to show fogging is good but in some cases, the static charge is not. Hypochlorous could be in the fog in effective intervals. Thes are just some things I found.
This video says that covid-19 only lasts from 15 to 1hr on your hands, skin.
It seams skin does something to it. I will look for that and add it to this page.
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Hypochlorous acid is HOCL.
This molecule is unique in that it is neutrally charged unlike hypochlorite (OCl-) which is negatively charged. So why is this important?
I have been looking at a fogger that puts a charge on the mist. But in reading up on it shows hypochlorous cant have a + or - charge. Foggers work with other disinfectants that can be given a charge. With the other disinfectants where the electric charge doesn't matter. Hypochlorous is easy to get or make and that makes you less dependant on a supplier. Hypochlorous acid "having no charge" and hypochlorite has a negative charge. So charging the mist could change things. So far I am thinking the video of the hogs being misted is being misted with just a bleach and water solution. But I don't know. hypochlorous acid. non-toxic
I found a video that says they charge hypochlorous in their fogger. So now I have to think one of these isn't true. Hypochlorous has to be neutral. Could it be that adding the -negative and canceling the hypochlorous. I tried to ask in the comments and the comments have been disabled. Nimbus Microburst
Static charging is good with chemicals other then Hypochlorous. Hypochlorous is not toxic to mammals. and no rinsing of toxic chemicals.
Liquid- and Fog-Based Application of Sterilox Hypochlorous Acid Solution for Surface Inactivation of Human Norovirus
He has been using this for 5 years this is not new. A pandemic this should be everywhere
Human blood stays in a very narrow pH range right around ( 7.35 - 7.45 )ph Hypochlorite is affected by ph and if you look at your digestive system, it has a few PHs in the same tract