hydrogen chloride


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hy·dro·gen chlo·ride

HCl; a highly soluble gas which, in solution, forms hydrochloric acid.

hy·dro·gen chlo·ride

(hī'drō-jen klōr'īd)
A highly soluble gas that, in solution, forms hydrochloric acid.
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The report on ultra-high-purity anhydrous hydrogen chloride gas market is a comprehensive study and presentation of drivers, restraints, opportunities, demand factors, market size, forecasts, and trends in the global ultra-high-purity anhydrous hydrogen chloride gas market over the period of 2017 to 2025.
The chlorine atom produced as a result of C- Cl bond fission is certainly, a good reactant and in this specific environment will remove a hydrogen atom from 2-chloropropene resulting into the formation of C3H4Cl radical and hydrogen chloride [12].
The objective of the study was to scrutinize clinical features of the course of respiratory diseases in children chronically exposed to fine dust ([PM.sub.10]) and irritating chemicals (nitrogen dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen chloride).
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Steel piping systems are widely used at coal-fired power plants for a variety of purposes, including the conveyance of coal ash slurry to nearby settling ponds, the transfer of limestone slurry to absorber spray towers for removal of sulfur dioxide (SO2) and hydrogen chloride (HCl) from flue gases, and for transporting away the calcium sulfate by-product of the flue gas desulfurization process.
As magma cools and solidifies, hydrogen and chlorine present in the molten rock tend to bond to form hydrogen chloride gas.
The total investment is approximately 160 million euros, including the expansion of the hydrogen chloride and caustic soda capacity in Map Ta Phut.
Producing it and other synthetic fabrics leaves behind a legacy of emissions, volatile organic compounds and dangerous gases like hydrogen chloride. Toxic solvents used to treat and dye these fabrics pollute the air and waterways.