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Guidelines for Using Perchloric Acid
Perchloric acid is a strong mineral acid commonly used as a laboratory reagent. Most perchloric acid is sold as 60%-62% or 70%-72% acid in water.
PERCHLORIC ACID
Written January 2007. Perchloric acid (ClHO4) is a strong corrosive mineral acid. to provide information on the safe handling and storage of perchloric acid.
Safe Storage and Use of Perchloric Acid
Perchloric acid in concentrations up to 72.
perchloric acid safety
HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF PERCHLORIC ACID

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North American Nickel Initiates Exploration on its Bell Lake Offset Dyke
Perchloric acid is added to assist oxidation of the sample and to reduce the possibility of mechanical loss of sample as the solution is evaporated to moist salts.

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Perchloric acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Perchloric acid is the inorganic compound with the formula HClO4.
Guidelines for Using Perchloric Acid
Perchloric acid is a strong mineral acid commonly used as a laboratory reagent. Most perchloric acid is sold as 60%-62% or 70%-72% acid in water.
FACT SHEET -- Perchloric Acid Use
Perchloric acid is clear liquid that has no odor. Solutions below 73% at room temperature are strong non-oxidizing acids.
Electropolishing using perchloric acid
I "touch up" some stainless steel samples using the "brush electropolishing" technique using a 900ml ethanol+20ml water and 80ml perchloric acid solution.
PERCHLORIC ACID
Written January 2007. Perchloric acid (ClHO4) is a strong corrosive mineral acid. to provide information on the safe handling and storage of perchloric acid.

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