Hydrochloric acid does many different things, finding use in both the home and factories. Hydrochloric acid is an aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride. Muriatic is a common name for this highly corrosive mineral acid. More »

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Hydrochloric acid has a large number of applications, ranging from the industrial sector to the pharmaceutical and food sector. According to AkzoNobel, the most important uses for hydrochloric acid are metal pickling, io... More »

Hydrochloric acid, whose formula is HCL (aqueous), is a strong corrosive acid used mostly as a laboratory reagent. It is also an aqueous solution of water and hydrogen chloride, an acidic gas. More »

Ethanol is a substance that is created from the fermentation of food crops in factories, while methanol is a highly poisonous chemical produced synthetically. Both substances are variants of alcohol that can be used as e... More »

Iron reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce dihydrogen and iron(II) chloride. When an HCl solution is added to iron powder, the H+ and Cl- ions from hydrochloric acid disassociate. The Cl- anions form ionic bonds with ... More »

According to University College Cork, sulfuric acid is a colorless, oily liquid that is highly corrosive. It has a melting point of 10.3 degrees Celsius, a boiling point of 338 degrees Celsius and a molecular weight of 9... More »

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HBr is the formula for hydrobromic acid, which also goes by the name hydrogen bromide. Hydrobromic acid has a boiling point of 122 degrees Celsius and exists as a liquid at room temperature (25 degrees Celsius). More »

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