[hahy-druh-floo r-ik, -flawr-, -flor-]
- of or derived from hydrofluoric acid.
Origin of hydrofluoric
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For deep etching, hydrofluoric acid is diluted with 1½ vols.
Some maintained that they were dissolved in vats of hydrofluoric acid.In the Control Tower
A white powder, formed by digesting freshly precipitated carbonate of barium in hydrofluoric acid, in excess.
It may be prepared by the action of hydrofluoric acid upon lime, as directed under Barium, Fluoride of.
The pentafluoride SbF5 results when metantimonic acid is dissolved in hydrofluoric acid, and the solution is evaporated.