WHAT DOES IT MEAN ?…

CD = Sodium chlorite (NaClO² ) + hydrochloric acid as activator at 4%
CDI = Chlorine dioxide dissolution, ClO², in saline solution (ClNa al 0.9%)
CDS = Chlorine dioxide dissolution, ClO², in water (gas dissolved in water)
CDH = Sodium chlorite (NaClO² ) + hydrochloric acid as activator at 4% activated with time
Cl− = Chloride ion
Cl² = Chlorine gas
Cl = Chlorine, periodic table element
ClO² = chlorine dioxide
ClO²− = chlorite ion
ClO³−= chlorate ion
ClO4− = perchlorate ion
ClO− = hypochlorite ion
DMSO = Dymethyl sulfoxide
MMS = Na ClO2 = Sodium chlorite + activator (citric acid) (Jim Humble’s denomination)
MMS2 = Calcium hypochlorite = Ca (ClO)²
NaCl = Sodium chloride (common salt)
NaClO = Sodium hypochlorite
NaClO² = Sodium chlorite
NaClO³ = Sodium chlorate
NaClO4 = Sodium perchlorate
PPM = Parts per million. Ex. 3000 ppm = 0,3%