Hydrochloric acid


Hydrochloric Acid is an aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride in a 32% concentration. It appears as a clear, slightly yellow liquid with a strong, irritating odor. Also known as Muriatic Acid, it is produced by the burning of hydrogen and chlorine gases followed by absorption into water.

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APPLICATIONS: Hydrochloric acid, an aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride, is created through the dissolution of hydrogen chloride gas in water. This solution is transparent and has a unique and sharp odor. It is found in the category of strong acids and serves as a component of stomach acid present in the digestive systems of almost all animal species, including humans. Hydrochloric acid is important as a vital reagent in laboratories and plays a crucial role in various industrial applications.