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Chemical database: Hydrochloric acid

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Chemical formula HCl
Molar mass 36.46 g mol -1
Density 1.10 g cm -3 (w = 20 %)
Melting point - 62.2 °C (w = 20 %)
Boiling point 108.6 °C (w = 20 %)
Solubility 72 g in 100 mL H2O (20 °C)
CAS number 7647-01-0
Hazards chemistry tutorials - hydrochloric acid - additional data: (R:34-37)(S:26-45)

Hydrochloric acid is a strong inorganic acid, with strong corrosive properties. Along with sulphuric acid, it is one of the most important inorganic acids in the industry. One of the primary uses of this acid is the production of vinyl chloride, which is used in PVC manufacturing. It also has many applications in smaller quantities: household cleaning, production of food additives, leather processing, synthesis of many substances, steel processing, etc.

Hydrochloric acid can usually be bought in supermarkets. Directly translated, in Croatia it can be found under the name „salt acid“, but in English speaking countries it can be found as „muriatic acid“. It comes in various concentrations (mostly around 19%). Solutions of higher concentrations can be ordered from drugstores/pharmacies, or companies that sell chemicals. The price starts around 1.5€ for a liter.

 

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