hydrofluoric acid


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a weak poisonous liquid acid

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For the chemical group Acid and etching was done: hydrofluoric acid 2% (Group), hydrochloric acid 10%, and sulfuric acid 10%.
Hydrofluoric acid (HF) causes chemical burns and is a serious systemic poison by all routes of exposure.
Hydrofluoric acid is also used as intermediate product for the manufacture of fluorocarbons, such as R-134a and R-125, which are widely used in refrigeration and cooling applications, and fluorinated polymers.
Fluorchemie is a leading producer of hydrofluoric acid in Europe and key supplier to Gower Chemicals.
After burning away of the epoxy, the package was placed in concentrated hydrofluoric acid with stirring, and monitored for complete removal of the glass.
The Dura-Bright EVO surface-treated wheel is 10 times more resistant to corrosion primarily caused by road salts and weather elements and is three times more resistant to chemicals, including hydrofluoric acid, found in the toughest truck wash-cleaning agents.
Naugatuck expanded its product lines to include nitric acid, muriatic acid, hydrofluoric acid, acetic acid, nitrobenzene, aniline and antimony sulphides.
IN VITRO EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF HYDROFLUORIC ACID CONCENTRATION AND APPLICATION TIME ON ADHESION TO LITHIUM DISILICATE
Jesse ignores Walt's advice to buy a plastic container in which to dissolve the gangster's body in hydrofluoric acid, instead placing it in the upstairs ceramic bathtub.
According to the European Union (EU) law, these chemicals, like sodium fluoride, hydrofluoric acid and ammonium hydrogen fluoride, are classified as 'dual use chemicals' as they can be used for either civil or military purposes.
One repair worker died after trying to stop the leak of diluted hydrofluoric acid at the Samsung Electronics' plant in the city of Hwaseong, 43 kilometres (26 miles) southwest of central Seoul, on January 27.
The known quantity of powdered sample was digested by using hydrofluoric acid and aqua regia (1HNO3:3HCL) for the analysis of gold, silver and other base metals.
Savage and co-host Jamie Hyneman will test the science from a scene in Season One of the show, in which Paul's Jesse Pinkman uses hydrofluoric acid to dissolve a body but ignores instructions from Walt, played by Bryan Cranston, to use a plastic container.
What is the name given to the vessel where used for the storage of hydrofluoric acid - the commander of a fleet is based?