HCl gas is molecular HCl in the gaseous phase, HCl acid is HCl in solution with water, and can be said to be in the form H+ Cl-. (Or to be a pendant, H3O+ Cl- as techincally protons do not exist on their own in solution.) It is this dissociation of the molecule into constituent ions which gives an acid its properties. On a physical level, HCl gas is a yellow/green gas, and HCl acid is a clear solution.
becoz HCL aqueous s has an ability to react with bases and it changes the blue litmus in to red colour hence HCL gas is noit an acid but HCL aqueous an acid.
First, HF, is weak, second HCl is strong acid
Both are halogen acids but HCl is a gas and HF is a liquid, HCl is strong acid while HF is weak. HCl is highly soluble in water while HF is less soluble. HCl may kept in glass bottle while HF does not.
Hydrochloric acid is HCl and it is a strong acid. Perchloric acdi is HClO4 and is an even stronger acid.
HCl gas is highly hygroscopic.
H2 is the formula for pure Hydrogen gas, whereas HCl is Hydrochloric Acid, which is a compound of Hydrogen and Chlorine.
No, HCl, hydrogen chloride, is a corrosive gas. It dissolves in water to form hydrochloric acid. So, stomach acid is HCl and water.
Hydrochloric acid is a mixture of HCl gas and water (36%) on heating HCl gas is expelled out leaving the water only.
The difference between 1 molar of HCl and 2 molar of HCl is that the 2 molar HCl is more concentrated. Molarity is the measure of moles/liter 1M= 1mol HCl/1 L of solution 2M= 2mol HCl/ 1 L of solution
It comes from the acid. most acids have hydrogen in them such as Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) or nitric acid (HNO3)
HCl would be an acid, if placed in water. As HCl alone, it is a gas, but when placed in water it becomes hydrochloric acid.
The hydrochloric acid is a homogeneous gas.
If the acid is hydrochloric acid, HCl, then the products are the metal chloride and hydrogen gas. For example, if magnesium is dropped in hydrochloric acid, the products will be aqueous magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas.
The aqueous solution of HCl is the Muriatic acid so HCl gas is solute and water is solvent.
Hydrochloric acid HCl is classed as a strong acid and is inorganic. Vinegar contains acetic acid CH3COOH and is classed as a weak acid and is also organic
HCl is a gas when we add water it forms hydrochloric acid
The full form of HCl is hydrochloric acid or hydrogen chloride gas.
magnesium + hydrochloric acid --> magnesium chloride + hydrogen (gas)Mg + 2 HCl ==> MgCl2 + H2 ↑
No, HCl is a gas, though quite soluble in water (up to 720 g/L), which is called hydrochloric acid.
The concentration of the acid is irrelevant. Magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas are formed.
If it aqueous, then it refers to hydrochloric acid and if it is a gas then hydrogen chloride gas
they both are same as HCl is a monobasic acid.>>>Not exactly. N stands for normal and M stands for mole. Knowing that, read this article to know the difference:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070625100319AALNjoW
sodium citrate is a base and HCl is an acid
Fexofenadine is an amphoteric which have basicity and acidity action (tertiary amine (aromatic amine) is a weak base while carboxylic acid is weak acid) Fexofenadine HCl is designed to be water soluble