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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Instead of replacing a grimy glass shower door, clean it by mixing one part muriatic acid and about 10 parts water.
Who would have thought, Maximilian, that you would suffer the same fate as your father, if indeed your father was that unfortunate Duke of Reichstadt whom nothing or no one could save from an early grave, not the muriatic acid baths, not the donkey's milk, not the love of your mother, Archduchess Sophia?
8 Islamic alchemist Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan discovered the chemical historically called muriatic acid and now usually known by what name?
Hydrochloric acid, also known as muriatic acid, is corrosive to the eyes, skin and mucous membranes, according to the U.
Hugo Barrientos threw muriatic acid, a cleaning chemical, in the faces of two recruits, burning their faces and heads and the tongue of one of the men.
The ingredients include common cold medicines, ammonia fertilizer, and muriatic acid.
When I was a kid, my dad used muriatic acid to clean hard-water stains from the family bathtub.
Signs to look for include strong odors, similar to paint, ether, or rotten eggs; large quantities of over-the-counter cold medications that contain ephedrine or pseudoephedrine; and chemical containers of drain cleaner, battery acid, lye, lantern fuel, acetone, denatured alcohol, iodine, muriatic acid, or antifreeze.
Two containers holding what appeared to be highly corrosive muriatic acid fell into traffic on West 18th Avenue between Polk and Chambers streets about 3:40 p.
Prout identified free muriatic acid (hydrochloric acid) in the gastric juice of various animals and humans after a meal and suggested that it was derived from the common salt of the blood by the force of galvanism (electricity).
For example, muriatic acid is available for use in swimming pools in retail stores, but was not used in Project L.