Sulfuric and Nitric acids
Nitric acid is both an acid and an oxidizer. Acids wont eat brass, but it will eat the oxides formed on its surface, and since nitric acid will oxidize the brass, it will also dissolve it until one reactant or the other is used up.
Hydrogen,carbon and oxygen! :)
Stomach acid is mostly hydrochloric acid, which is HCl, so hydrogen and chlorine.
Carbon , Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Oxygen
TNT is trinitrotoluene. It can be made by reacting concentrated nitric acid with toluene. It usually needs a small amount of concentrated sulfuric acid to help.
In H2SO4 the elements that make that up are the following three:HydrogenSulphurOxygen
No. Nitric acid can be purchased and stored in a glass bottle. There are a number of other substances it won't corrode as well including platinum and rhenium.
Hydrochloric acid is a solution of hydrogen chloride (HCl) in water. :)hope this helped:)
Hydrogen, Sulphur and Oxygen, hence H2SO4.
The elements that make up the main ingredient in vinegar, acetic acid, are:Carbon,Hydrogen,Oxygen.
It starts to bubble and blows up
It is possible after adding a base, up to pH = 7.
As stearic acid is a carboxylic acid, it has carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Therefore magnesium stearate has the elements stated above along with magnesium.
The chemical formula of benzoic acid is C6H5COOH. The molecule contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
Sulfuric acid, H2SO4, contain hydrogen, sulfur and oxygen.
It's a solution of hydrogen and fluoride mixed with water
Get nitric acid+sulphuric acid+glycerin then add to a bowl of porridge oats so that it soaks up all the liquid.Then get some thick paper and put some of the nitroglycerine
Atoms make up elements and elements make up all matter.
proteins (e.g. histones) and nucleic acid (RNA and DNA)
Acids are made up of a hydrogen ion and another ion. The latter can be made up from a vast variety of elements. Common examples:Chlorine (hydrochloric acid)Nitrogen and oxygen (nitrous or nitric acids)Carbon and oxygen (carbonic acid, acetic acid and lots of others).
The formula for hydrochloric acid is HCl. Each molecule of hydrochloric acid is composed of one atom of hydrogen and one molecule of chlorine.
well, 5% acetic acid has an elemental makeup of C(2)H(4)O(2)
Quite effectively, actually. I was pickling a rusted bracket in nitric acid but I left it too long. The bracket was rust-free but the acid continued to eat the steel until it was paper-thin. You are better off using hydrochloric or phosphoric acid if you are prepping steel for painting. Both will open up the metal without eating it up.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) contain carbon, oxygen and hydrogen.