What is an acid liquid?
- sulfuric acid
- nitric acid
- glacial acetic acid
- distilled vinegar (dilute acetic acid)
- hydrochloric acid
- hydrobromic acid
- hydroiodic acid
- carbonic acid
- carbolic acid
- formic acid
- malic acid
- lactic acid
- free amino acids in water
convert 250g dry acid to liquid acid
Acid is a liquid but it can be turned into a gas.
liquid pool acid is Muriatic acid or more commonly know as Hydrochloric acid (HCl)
Yes, concentrated sulfuric acid is a liquid.
Fairy Liquid contains acid this is because acid helps remove the food stains
Fairy Liquid contains acid this is because acid helps remove the food stains.
Sulferic Acid is a liquid at room temperature.
If by "battery acid" you mean the liquid in a lead acid battery (typical car or vehicle battery) then, yes. This liquid is sulfuric acid and is very corrosive.
That depends on the acid. There are many different types that can be solid, liquid or gaseous .
It burns the other liquid
Examples: nitric acid in water, sulfuric acid in water, ethanol in water.
citric acid is usually found in liquid form
yes it is an acid
hydrochloric acid and battery acid have a pH of about 1 hope that helped!
Water is the solvent and acetic acid is the solute.
Acid is not any single substance but a class of substances. There are many different types of acid. They can be solids (such as citric acid) liquids (such as acetic acid), or gasses (such as hydrochloric acid) in their pure forms. An acidic solution is a liquid as it consists of an acid dissolved in water.
DNA is not a liquid. DNA is nucleic acid.
Liquid sosa is a base.
This liquid may be an acid.
Hydrochloric acid (HCl)
Liquid, because it's an acid.
Who says there is an acid in dishwashing liquid? Some alcohol derivative has probably been misidentified. Added: Who sayd there is 'alcohol' in dishwashing liquid? Answer: It is basic
It is an organic oily liquid Glycerin neither acid nor base and a liquid can neither be a salt.
When the stearic acid changes into solid from liquid it becomes stiff
For example the mixture nitric acid-water.
Citric acid is a solid at room temperature.
It's an acid
No. Acetic acid is a liquid at room temperature.
This liquid is acidic. It is most commonly a mixture of 65% Distilled Water and 35% Sulfuric Acid.
Liquid ammonia is a more polar solvent than water
if you use any liquid with acid then that will just clean the nail so use a type of liquid that does not involve any type of acid except for cocoa cola
Nitric acid is a liquid between -42 °C (-44 °F) and 83 °C (181 °F), so in normal room temperature, yes, it's a liquid.
At room temperature some acids are liquids (sulfuric acid), some acids are solids (citric acid), and some acids are gases (hydrochloric acid; the liquid in the bottle labeled "hydrochloric acid" is actually a solution of the gas in water).
Technically it could be, but there is very little energy given out by a single lemon, which has acid liquid juice inside of it, it would not be very practical to use the acid liquid like juice to power a home
Nitric acid is just nitric acid. At room temperature, it is a liquid.
The most acidic liquid is called fluoroantimonic acid. it has a PH of -31. Even the vapor of this acid can cause discomfort to skin.
Acetic acid melts at about 16 - 170C, so commonly it is a liquid, but will become a solid below this temp.
no,one is a liquid the other is a gas
Pure sulfuric acid is a clear liquid.
Answer: It is basic
Battery electrolyte consists of sulphuric acid, which is a liquid to a specific gravity of 1250 g/L.
Acetic acid is a a liquid at room temperature because it freezes at 16.5 degrees Celsius and the room temperature is about 21 degrees. So at this temperature it will melt and become a liquid.
Muratic acid is hydrogen chloride (HCl) dissolved in water and sold as a liquid
Acetic acid is an aliphatic (fatty) acid and a liquid while benzoic acid is an aromatic acid which exists in solid state.
The liquid soap has a pH above 7 (alkaline).
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Hydrochloric acid is a liquid. Hydrochloride isn't anything.
no, like other elements in the periodic table they can be solid, liquid or gas
Sulfuric Acid, or H2SO4, is a liquid with a density of 1.84g/cm3.