» » Hydrochloric acid

Hydrochloric acid

Chlorideric acid (salt essence) is one of the products of the chemical industry. Hydrochloric acid is a mixture of hydrogen chloride in water. It is highly corrosive. Ric chloride acid is used as a byproduct of toluene diisocyanate (TDI). Chlorideric acid is a mineral that belongs to the acid group.

Name of matter (Persian): Chloride acid

The name of the substance (English): Choloridric acid

Brand (Persian): Chlorideric Acid

Brand (English): Chlorideric acid

Other names: Hydrogen chloride, Hydrochloric acid, Salt essence

Related Materials: Chlorine

One of the major products of the chemical industry is the salt substance (chloride acid). The preparation of this acid is similar to the preparation of nitric acid. Chloridic acid is a mixture of hydrogen chloride in water. It is a highly corrosive substance and strong inorganic acid, which is why it also has many applications in the industry. Generating large quantities of this acid is usually dependent on the production of other industrial and chemical materials. Chlorideric acid is produced as a byproduct of toluene diisocyanate (TDI).

Physical and chemical properties:

Molecular formula HCl in water (H2O)

Molar mass 36.46 g / mol (HCl)

Appearance Clear colorless to light-yellow liquid

Density 1.18 g / cm3 (variable, value for assay 36-38% w / w)

Melting point 27.32 ° C (247 K) 38% solution.

Boiling point 110 ° C (383 K), 20.2% solution 48C (321 K), 38% solution

Solubility in water Miscible

Safety Information:

Acid is corrosive. The vapor and moisture content of this substance can cause intense eye irritation. May cause burns and skin irritation due to skin contact. At high temperatures and in the vicinity of the gas, it is flammable. No explosion possible. Has a negative impact on the life of animals.