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hydrolyze readily but remains in solution as a dissolved gas [13]. ClO2 cannot be compressed or stored commercially as a gas because it decomposes with time and is highly explosive at high concentration (>10% in air) or under pressure. Therefore, ClO2 is generated on-site. The permissible exposure limit (PEL) or time-weighted average (TWA) of ClO2 gas in air is 0.1 ppm, specified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration [9].

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