Let settle, pour off the hydrochloric acid, substitute nitric acid in its place, and boil again for two or three minutes.
Now get some hydrochloric acid (HCl) diluted with three parts of water.
hydrochloric acid, in common with chlorides, gives a dense precipitate with silver nitrate.
Cl, of which approximately one-half is converted into hydrochloric acid.
Instead of the solution of sal-ammoniac equal parts of water and hydrochloric acid saturated with zinc can be used just as well.
The hydrochloric acid generally is deficient in cases of scurvy.
Heated in air it yields a mixture of ferric oxide and chloride, and in steam magnetic oxide, hydrochloric acid, and hydrogen.
It is soluble in ammonia and hydrochloric acid, but not in acetic acid.
To polish them, dip a rag in hydrochloric acid and rub till clean; then dry in hot sawdust and polish with chamois leather.
From nickelous carbonate and hydrochloric acid, as the acetate.
hydrochloric acid hy·dro·chlo·ric acid (hī'drə-klôr'ĭk)
A clear, colorless, fuming, poisonous, highly acidic aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride, normally present in a dilute form in gastric juice, and used in a variety of laboratory processes.
A solution of hydrogen chloride in water, forming a very strong, poisonous, corrosive acid with a sharp odor. It is used in food processing, metal cleaning, and dyeing. Small amounts of hydrochloric acid are also secreted by the stomachs of animals for digestion. Also called muriatic acid.