Isocyanuric acid | Article about isocyanuric acid by The Free Dictionary
isocyanuric acid[¦ī·sō‚sī·ə¦nu̇r·ik ′as·əd]
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Isos are chlorine-containing derivatives of isocyanuric acid
and are used as bleaching and disinfecting agents.
Lachocki and Lin published an article that aimed to prove that ORP measurements were unreliable because at 180 ppm of isocyanuric acid
(CYA) the "ORP probes foul quite rapidly." This piece was intended to show that ORP was itself invalid as a technique for gauging water quality.