What is Nitric Acid? Commonly used in fertilizers (and in rare occasions even explosives) Nitric acid is a colorless or yellow liquid with a characteristically acrid, caustic odor and corrosive properties. This mineral acid has a variety of applications and presents several health hazards if used without the necessary safety precautions.
Concentrated nitric acid (69 to 71%) is a transparent, colorless or yellowish fuming, suffocating, hygroscopic, corrosive liquid. Attacks almost all metals. Miscible with water and decomposes in alcohol. Dangerous fire risk in contact with organic materials. Highly toxic by inhalation, corrosive to skin and mucous membranes, strong oxidizer.
Concentrated nitric acid is a strong acid and a strongly oxidizing acid. Ingestion causes burning and corrosion of internal tissues. 1 If you spill concentrated nitric acid on your skin you should wash it off immediately with a large quantity of water. Nitrogen dioxide forms acid on contact with moisture and is a poisonous, choking gas.
Re: CLOWN WORLD: Russia shelled a chemical facility with tanks of nitric acid yesterday. Toxic acid cloud drifts back over their position. Nah, the Ukrainians constantly do this shit, blow up their own bridges, shell their own forests, hit their own apartment buildings with artillery, then blame the Russians.
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