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Hydroiodic Acid is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Hydroiodic Acid books and related discussion.
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- Frog-61 Project 001_017 (Private/Restricted Access)
- A 2.234 x 10-6 M solution of HI (hydroiodic acid). 5).
- WRITING TOTAL AND NET IONIC EQUATIONS
- (a) Strong acids. The common strong acids and their aqueous ions are: HI. Hydroiodic acid.
- IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
- Perchloric acid (HClO4). STRONG BASES (strongest to weakest). Hydroiodic acid (HI).
- Name Ammonia Water Phosphine Hydrochloric acid Hydrobromic
- Hydrochloric acid. H2S(aq). Hydrobromic acid.
- Worksheet for Identifying Types of Acids and Bases. As quickly as
- none. Name or molecular formula. Type of acid or base.
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- Meth is most common, dangerous street drug ever
- Other hazardous vapors may be associated with a meth lab, such as chloroform, ether, hydrochloric acid, methylamine, iodine, hydroiodic acid, lithium or sodium, mercury and hydrogen gas. Most common street names are “speed,” “meth” or “crank.
Suggested Web Resources
- Hydrogen iodide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Hydroiodic acid is a solution of pure HI in water. Commercial hydroiodic acid usually contains 57% HI by mass.
- Hydroiodic acid (data page) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- Safety (MSDS) data for hydroiodic acid
- May 5, 2005 Safety (MSDS) data for hydroiodic acid.
- Hydroiodic Acid Test Page
- Carefully add, by means of a pipet, 1 mL of glacial acetic acid and 1 mL of 57% hydroiodic acid (sp gr 1.7).
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