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Available as a gas, as a liquid in sodium, hypochlorite, or as a solid in calcium hypochlorite, chlorine is widely used in the disinfection of water and as an oxidizing agent for organic matter, iron, hydrogen sulfide, etc. It is. Chlorine reacts with organics in water to form trihalomethanes (THM) that can cause cancer.