Redesigning filament configuration to increase emission by more than 1000%, if needed, from the original single filament to 12 filaments.
The SDS (safety data sheet) for germicidal bleach, and for the disinfecting Clorox, indicates a chemical name, Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl), at 5% to 10% weight. The online SDS is available at https://www.thecloroxcompany.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Clorox-Germicidal-Bleach1-Bilingual-1.pdf. In one reference, it appears the manufacturer of CAS RN, 7681-52-9, Sodium Hypochlorite is actually Spectrum Chemical Mfg. Corp, and their SDS (https://www.spectrumchemical.com/MSDS/S1669_AGHS.pdf) indicates Sodium Hypochlorite, Solution, 5% available chlorine.
In researching VOC's (volatile organic compounds) resulting from bleach, it seems Chloroform (CHCl₃) and Carbon Tetrachloride (CCl4) are the most prevalent. I'm researching various portable monitors for testing chlorine concentration.
Damon DeBusk is a multi-patented product designer, process and quality engineer, project manager, author, and inventor of Musik Tent Instrument Humidors and HumiForm Cigar Humidifiers. He has decades of experience with HCl gas and liquid chlorides, and was co-inventor for U.S. Patent 5,599,425, Predecomposition of organic chlorides for silicon processing, a commercial product sold by Air Products under the trade name, Trans-LC, and authored numerous technical publications .