Lamb: A study of the equilibrium adsorption of hydrogen fluoride
on smelter grade aluminas (1978).
Potassium Hydrogen Fluoride
, Polyoxyethylene Nonylphenyl Ether, Potassium Hexafluoroaluminate and Triethanolamine Borate have similar changes to the controls at both concentrations and both temperatures.
Certainly, sulfuric acid poses dangers as well, but unlike hydrogen fluoride
it does not form a dense cloud when it is released.
Hinkle (National Optical Astronomy Observatory) report tantalizing observations of hydrogen fluoride
in metal-poor stars.
Local police said there was a fear that the hydrogen fluoride
, which is both poisonous and flammable, could leak from the tank when the temperature within it rose to much more than the usual level of about 300 C.
In older industrial areas of the Northeast, for example, millions of people live within sight of such facilities that use hazardous chemicals like hydrogen fluoride
, sulfur dioxide, chlorine and others.
Yet in the end his lengthy catalogue of Iraqi defiance and suspicious procurements (specialized vacuum pumps, anhydrous hydrogen fluoride
and 60,000 aluminum tubes) was most significant for what it didn't say.
Toxicological profile for fluorides, hydrogen fluoride
, and fluorine (F).
is released with other contaminants.
Embassy and the Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry that the government's limits on the volume of containers for carrying hydrogen fluoride
work against bringing the substance into Japan in internationally standardized containers, the report said.
THERMODYNAMIC MODELING OF HYDROGEN FLUORIDE
combines with water to produce hydrofluoric acid, the most corrosive acid known.