Electrolysis and hypochlorous acid
Underchloric acid (HClO), or hypochlorous acid as it is also called, is also our body’s own disinfectant that effectively kills unwanted bacteria in our bodies. It is, among other things, hypochlorous acid that our white blood cells produce when they attack bacteria, viruses, etc. Source*
Hypochlorous acid, or hypochlorous acid (in English hypochlorous acid) is a weak acid that is formed when chlorine is dissolved in water. It can not exist in pure form but only as a solution in water. Hypochlorous acid attacks proteins in the cell membranes of microorganisms and destroys them so that the cell breaks down and dies. Thanks to the direct mechanism of action, it does not matter if the bacteria are resistant or multi-resistant to antibiotics. Hypochlorous acid is also one of the active ingredients in many other products, for example from the well-known Virkon and Mölnlycke.