Difference with chlorine dioxide and the sodium hypochlorite

"The sodium hypochlorite" is known as a solution with sanitization, the deodorization effect. With stabilization chlorine dioxide such as follows is different.

Stabilization chlorine dioxide Sodium hypochlorite
In the oxygenation due to the oxygen atom included in isolated chlorine dioxide, I show effects such as sanitization, deodorization. I show effects such as sterilization, deodorization in oxygenation of the hypochlorous acid. The reaction (chlorination) with some chlorine is caused, too.
An effect is weak when I do not perform activation (I add acid and am isolated with chlorine dioxide). However, the effect does not decrease if activated once even if I make it alkaline. It is alkaline, and an effect is weak.
The trihalomethane is not formed. I produce the harmful compounds such as trihalomethanes.
Even if ammonia and various kinds of organic matter are included, most of the effects do not decrease. An effect becomes weak in response to ammonia and various kinds of organic matter. Or I disappear.
Long-term preservation works (guarantee of quality period one year) I am not suitable for long-term preservation (a density drop is big).
The handling is relatively easier than sodium hypochlorite. The undiluted solution is strong alkali and needs attention to strongly deal with the bad smell.
It is more expensive than sodium hypochlorite. The price is cheap.