muriatic acid

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hy·dro·chlor·ic ac·id (HCl),

(hī'drō-klōr'ik as'id),
Acid of gastric juice. The commercial product is used as an escharotic; the gas and the concentrated solution are strong irritants.
Synonym(s): muriatic acid
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muriatic acid

A nontechnical term for hydrochloric acid.
CAS # 7647-01-0
See also: acid
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hy·dro·chlor·ic ac·id

(HCl) (hī'drō-klōr'ik as'id)
Acid of gastric juice; commercial product used as an escharotic.
Synonym(s): muriatic acid.
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A husband who had hit his wife with a hammer after a heated argument died after hours after drinking muriatic acid in Anda town in Bohol early Tuesday morning.
Environmental staff members determined that a chemical controller malfunction had allowed sodium hypochlorite and muriatic acid (hydrochloric acid) solutions to be injected into the main pool recirculation line while the recirculation pump was off; when the main recirculation pump was restarted, toxic chlorine gas (generated by the reaction of concentrated sodium hypochlorite and muriatic acid) was released into the pool.
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When doing so, its important to carefully pour Muriatic acid in the high end.
To get started, scrub the border area (Photo 1) with a concrete cleaner or muriatic acid mixed with water (check the label for mixing and safety instructions).
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Pool chemistry guidelines Test Recommended level Raise value by adding pH 7.2 to 7.6 Soda ash Total alkalinity 80 to 120 ppm Sodium bicarbonate Chlorine (unstabilized) 0.3 to 1.0 ppm Chlorine Chlorine (stabilized) 1.0 to 3.0 ppm Chlorine Cyanuric acid 40 to 70 ppm Cyanuric acid (chlorine stabilizer) Test Lower value by adding pH Muriatic acid or sodium bisulphate Total alkalinity Muriatic acid Chlorine (unstabilized) Nothing Chlorine (stabilized) Nothing Cyanuric acid Dilute by partially draining and (chlorine stabilizer) refilling untreated pool water Home test kits TYPE TESTS DPD pH; free.
It's part social history and part recipe book, with such delights as the sheep's head broth of the title, Brussels sprout soup (yes, really), Mock kidney soup (in which the main ingredient is not all it seems) and an intriguing version of an apple tart that uses bicarbonate of soda and muriatic acid in the pastry.
After the mortar has hardened, the paved surface should be cleaned of any excess mortar and scrubbed with a solution of nine parts water and one part muriatic acid or trisodium phosphate (TSP).
Try using one cup of muriatic acid in five gallons of water, applied with a nylon deck brash.
One onsite technique involves placing a pulverized sample in diluted hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid).