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Hydrochloric Acid. Your stomach makes it naturally to help digest your lunch. It's used industrially to process steel, the material of choice for suspension bridges and cars and trucks. Hydrochloric acid is also used in the production of batteries, photoflash bulbs and fireworks. It's even used to process sugar and make gelatin. Hydrochloric acid, like last month's chlorine compound, sodium chloride, is another "workhorse" chemical because it is incredibly useful in a wide variety of ways.
Unlike sodium chloride, hydrochloric acid is not easy to handle and safety precautions are a MUST! This acid has a sharp, irritating odor and is highly corrosive, meaning, it damages most things it touches. You may be wondering how such a reactive liquid can be stored without ruining its container. Metal containers are out for this acid, but plastic containers, such as those made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) stand up very well.

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