muriatic


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mu·ri·at·ic

(myū'rē-at'ik),
Relating to brine.
[L. muriaticus, pickled in brine, fr. muria, brine]

mu·ri·at·ic

(myū'rē-at'ik)
Relating to brine.
[L. muriaticus, pickled in brine, fr. muria, brine]
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You can buy muriatic acid in hardware and paint stores.
On entering the house, police officers saw Modesto sprawled on the floor inside the toilet with a bottle of muriatic acid.
A chemical controller regulated feed of muriatic acid and sodium hypochlorite solutions into the recirculation line, diluting these chemicals and allowing them to mix safely.
Enriquez says her family refuses to believe her sister committed suicide by drinking muriatic acid, as claimed by her captors.
Preparation of copper (II) chloride: 30 g of basic green copper carbonate is weighed in a beaker and mixed slowly with muriatic acid (30 percent HCl) until all of the frothing stops.
Equa-Chlor, based in Longview, Washington, is a producer of chlorine, caustic soda and muriatic acid.
US protective and decorative coatings maker PPG Industries (NYSE:PPG) on Monday said it had agreed to acquire local chlorine, caustic soda and muriatic acid producer Equa-Chlor for an undisclosed price.
The following chemicals do differentiate 1K acrylic coatings: mustard, red wine, barbeque sauce, brake fluid (DOT 3), gasoline, isopropanol, muriatic acid, and window cleaner.
Instead of replacing a grimy glass shower door, clean it by mixing one part muriatic acid and about 10 parts water.
8 Islamic alchemist Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan discovered the chemical historically called muriatic acid and now usually known by what name?
Some of the products commonly used include chlorine tablets, other chlorine-based chemicals, sodium bicarbonate, hydrogen peroxide and muriatic acid.