corrosive


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Synonyms for corrosive

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Synonyms for corrosive

a substance having the tendency to cause corrosion (such a strong acids or alkali)

of a substance, especially a strong acid

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The proposals relating to online sales of knives and possession and sales of corrosive substances apply to England, Wales and Scotland.
Other measures on which the government will consult are new offences on the sale of acids and the most harmful corrosive substances to people aged under 18, possession of a corrosive substance in public and restricting online sales of knives so they cannot be delivered to a private residential address and must instead be collected at a place where age ID can be checked.
Treating victims of corrosive substance attacks can take an emotional toll on clinicians, he highlighted.
The Crown Prosecution Service's guidance will now be reviewed to ensure it makes clear that acid and other corrosive substances can be classed as dangerous weapons, and plainly outlines what is required to prove intent.
Conclusion: Corrosive substance is a common cause of home accidents.
High salt, low pH and low alkalinity contribute to how corrosive groundwater can be, though there is no "harmful" combination of those numbers--any level could only potentially lead to corrosivity.
Northumbria Police said 17 assaults involving a corrosive substance were recorded between January and November last year, up from 14 last year, 12 in 2013 and five in 2012.
The severity and extent of esophageal and gastric damage resulting from a caustic ingestion depends upon corrosive properties of the ingested substance, amount, concentration, and physical form of the agent and the duration of contact1-2.
The coatings are developed to protect industrial structures and equipment in C4 and C5 corrosive conditions, where saltwater and high humidity corrode unprotected steel.
Included in the offering are the concentrator and a -50 C cold trap to help protect the vacuum pump from the corrosive effects of vapors and fumes.
Among the advantages of the application of the proposed nanocomposite, mention can be made of increasing the lifetime of metallic structures used in corrosive media, reducing material consumption and increasing the efficiency of the devices.
ELISA assay kit manufacturers can include the company's BioFX Liquid Nova-Stop Solution in their products without needing to label and ship the products as "corrosive", adding convenience for kit manufacturers, customers, as well as reduced transportation costs by avoiding surcharges related to shipping corrosive or hazardous materials.
30 M1 Carbine ammo was non-corrosive use corrosive ammo would make the carbine freeze up.
Objectives: To determine the causative factors behind corrosive poisoning in children like effect of working mothers, their educational status, financial background, family size and number of siblings.
However, applications of porous concrete are limited due to the corrosive nature of steel.