Does hydrochloric acid contain a non-polar covalent bond?
HCl (hydrogen chloride) has a covalent bond, polar.
It is polar covalent.
A covalent molecule
is it ionic or covalent inorganic
No- hydrochloric acid is an acid and is the opposite of an alkali so no alkalis contain it
yes it does contain hydrochloric acid
covalent bond covalent bond
Hydrochloric acid is very ionic. It completely dissociates into ions in solution.
No. Hydrochloric acid does not contain carbon; only chlorine and hydrogen.
Yes, the stomach contain hydrochloric acid (HCl) - as an aid for digestion.
The stomach contain hydrochloric acid.
HCl is a covalent compound.
Sanitary cleaner contain hydrochloric acid.
YES, IT WILL CONTAIN AN ACID LIKE HYDROCHLORIC [Hcl]
Yes, your stomach does contain strong acid. It is called Hydrochloric acid.
If the acid does not contain oxygen, the name of that acid will end with the suffix -ic Hydrochloric acid HCl does not contain oxygen.
it contain HCL
Yes. The human stomach contains small amounts of hydrochloric acid.
The hydrochloric acid molecule has a polar covalent bond between hydrogen and chlorine atoms.
Any reaction occur.
no Hydrochloric acid
Fertilisers contain Sulphuric acid.
The stomach contains hydrochloric acid to aid in the break down and decomposistion of eaten food.
Yes, both hydrogen and chlorine are gases.
Hydrochloric acid is necessary in the breakup of proteins. They activate digestive enzymes and unravel the proteins.
Sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, citric acid ...
Purity, or more specifically, impurity. Technical grade hydrochloric acid can contain contaminants that are not allowed in food grade hydrochloric acid.
One molecule of hydrochloric acid contains two atoms, one of hydrogen and one of chlorine.
No it does not. It contains Hydrochloric acid (H3O+Cl)which is about as corrosive.
There is hydrofluoric (HF) and hydrochloric (HCl)
yes sometimes , no too
as they are of non-metals, so covalent forms hydrochloric acid.
No. Not normally. The stomach produces hydrochloric acid as an aid to digestion.
That's right, hydrogen and chlorine, which combine to form hydrochloric acid, form a covalent bond.
You could get hydrochloric acid from science supply stores online, or at your local shop. Drain cleaner are sometimes made of hydrochloric acid, although they contain other things such as a gelling agent that makes it pretty useless.
No, (i.e HCl hydrochloric acid)
All acids contain hydrogen..! :)
YES my science book says so it has components of salt and hydrochloric acid is found in both. your welcome...very,very welcome. Vinegar contain: Ethanoic Acid (syn.: acetic acid, with the chemical formula CH3COOH) no hydrochloric acid HCl !
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Car batteries contain Sulphuric Acid. The human stomach contains Hydrochloric acid. Acetic acid is present in vinegar and many fruit drinks contain Citric Acid.
Hydrochloric acid is an acid.
No. h2cl is not hydrochloric acid. HCL is Hydrochloric acid
Vinegar is a mixture of acetic acid and water; both of these components have covalent bonds.
All the acids (nitric,hydrochloric,sulfuric) dissociate in water thus are electrolytes. Table salt (NaCl) also dissociates. Propane is a gas at RT and is nonpolar, does not dissociate in water and thus it is a nonelectrolyte
If your stomach contained 1 liter of dilute hydrochloric acid powder would you need to neutralize it?
That depends on how dilute the hydrochloric acid is. Your stomach naturally produces hydrochloric acid as part of the natural human digestive process. If you just drank a liter of water and had little in your stomach to begin with, your stomach would then contain a dilute solution of hydrochloric acid.
hydrochloric acid is an acid