caustic alkali

caus·tic al·ka·li

a highly ionized (in solution) alkali; for example, NaOH.
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In its wake remains a poisonous path of caustic alkali that can burn skin on contact, damage the lungs when inhaled, and can damage the digestive system, or be fatal if ingested.