long, on which the scale has already been loosened by the aid of boiling with dilute muriatic acid or a weak solution of caustic soda in water, than it is to clean either the inside or the outside of horizontal tubes more than double the length.
HYDROCHLORIC ACID, also known in commerce as "spirits of salts" and "muriatic acid," a compound of hydrogen and chlorine.
Under the head of "oxidable or acidifiable" substances, the combination of which with oxygen yielded acids, were placed sulphur, phosphorus, carbon, and the muriatic, fluoric and boracic radicles.
Manufacture of Hydrochloric Acid (commercially also known as " muriatic acid ").
It was discovered in 1774 by Scheele, who called it dephlogisticated muriatic acid; about 1785, C. L.
Berthollet, regarding it as being a compound of hydrochloric acid and oxygen, termed it oxygenized muriatic acid.
Among the substances of which he investigated the composition were ammonia, sulphuretted hydrogen and prussic acid, and his experiments on chlorine, which he regarded, not as an element, but as oxygenated muriatic (oxymuriatic) acid, led him to propose it as a bleaching agent in 1785.
Mineral waters - muriatic, alkaline chalybeate and sulphuric - occur widely.
muriatic acid on a DE filter and then just rinse it off and put it away.
It is not good to use muriatic acid on a DE filter and then just rinse it off and put it away.
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