All acids are corrosive, but to what - that is the real question. It is really a matter of PH. PH is the measure of acid or alkalai. even alkalais are "corrosive", just in a different way. The corrosiveness depends on the PH of the acid and what it is being put on. if acid was corrosive to everything , then you couldn't transport it in anything because nothing would contain it. Hydrochloric acid is VERY corrosive(ph=1), generally speaking to almost all substances - but not glass, or most plastics. ethanoic acid (vinegar)is very weak (ph=3) Neutral PH is 7, the most acid is 1, the most alkalai is 14 Oven cleaner is an alkalai about PH=12 combining an acid at ph=1 with an alkalai=14 would yield a neutral PH - Theroetically of course - this would not be a good experiment unless you know what you are doing!
All strong acids are corrosive.
Chlorine is acidic in nature because in water its form a mixture of two acids HCl and HOCl and all the acids are corrosive so chlorine is a corrosive element.
No ------ All solutions containing acids are more or less corrosive.
Yes, both are corrosive.
The 2 main corrosive acids are hydrochrolic acid and sulphuric acid u bast@rd
All the mineral acids such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric and nitric acids. In addition all the caustics such as Sodium Hydroxide solutions. There are others such as organic acids.
Both acids and bases can be corrosive/caustic.
Generally yes, though there are a few extremely strong acids which are not corrosive.
Yes, strong acids such as nitric acid and even a few weak acids are very corrosive.
Acids are corrosive to metals, and all the reactions above will produce hydrogen gas.
Corrosive acids are acids that are able to damage objects and materials over time, eventually completely destroying them. Sulfuric acid is an example, it's so corrosive that it can literally melt steel in under a couple minutes.
Several corrosive acids are: hydrogen fluoride, nitric acid, sulfuric acid, hydrogen chloride, trichloroacetic acid etc. Corrosive acids can attack other materials, specially metals.
acids and alikline are cemicals what might be corrosive and if it is corrosive it can burn through skin and metal and anything.
Strong acids and strong bases are both usually corrosive.
acids are described corrosive because they have positive hydrogen ions which has the tendency to pull negatively charged ions.
Acids and alkalis.
Acids and alkalies are corrosive. Oxidisation is also corrosive. Any liquid or gas which breaks down things at the molecular level can be termed corrosive.
Bases, I'm not sure. But all acids I would say are, seeing as they are corrosive.
Corrosive means that they eat away at skin, cloth and even metals.
becuse they are
Corrosive acids are harmless without the presence of either water or moisture, although they can make serious skin damages if they become contact with water.
not only some but all acids are corrosive in nature . when you look at acid's property we find that when it falls on our body it damages our skin
The mean of corrosive in chemistry is to be able to attack and destroy a specific materials; for example acids are corrosive agents.