Hydrochloric acid — also known as muriatic acid — is a strong acid, while carbonic acid is a weak acid. The chemical formula for hydrochloric acid is HCl. The formula for carbonic acid is H2CO3.Continue Reading
Acids are substances that release hydrogen ions when added to water. Strong acids completely dissociate in water, releasing all of their hydrogen ions; weak acids release only a portion.
Some uses for hydrochloric acid include:
Some uses of carbonic acid include: