- 1 Prepare hydrochloric acid
- 2 uses hydrochloric acid
- 3 acid damage HCl
- 4 References
Preparation of hydrochloric acid
Is hydrochloric (HCl acid), a chemical compound, is elemental hydrogen and chlorine has two main components, and there is in the gaseous state at room temperature, and is characterized as a colorless, strong-smelling, as can be dissolved in water to form hydrochloric acid. And the acid preparation in two stages, the first through the interaction of both gaseous hydrogen and chlorine under temperature greater than 250 degrees Celsius, with humidity as a catalyst working to speed up the reaction to form gas (HCl), through the equation H2 + Cl2 → 2HCl, or can be prepared through integration of sodium chloride with sulfuric acid, or through a chlorine reaction with methane and benzene, and after gas preparation (HCl), is dissolved in the water to prepare hydrochloric acid.  It is noteworthy that hydrochloric acid is produced in the body by cells to help the stomach digest food. 
Uses of hydrochloric acid
- It is used to remove rust and impurities during the manufacture of iron or steel process is also known as steel.
- Enters the household detergent industry, due to its ability to wear clean stubborn stains.
- It is used in the treatment of swimming pools and to maintain acidity.
- It enters in the manufacture of some food products, such as soft drinks and tomato sauce, and enters in some canned juices and sauces industry to improve its flavor and reduce damage.
- Mixed with limestone to make calcium chloride used in cleaning the ice from the roads.
- It is used in baked agent installed.
- It is used as an anti-microbial.
Hydrochloric acid damage
Despite the many uses of hydrochloric acid, but it produces some of the damage that can be summarized as follows: 
- It causes the erosion of the mucous membranes and eyes.
- It causes severe coughing when inhaled and hoarseness, in addition to the inflammation of the respiratory system.
- When it is connected with the skin causes severe skin burns and blisters, leaving scars in the skin.
- ↑ "Hydrogen chloride", www.britannica.com,27-11-2018، Retrieved 13-12-2018. Edited.
- ^ أ ب "Hydrochloric Acid", www.chemicalsafetyfacts.org, Retrieved 13-12-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Hydrochloric Acid (Hydrogen Chloride)", www.epa.gov,4-1992، Retrieved 13-12-2018. Edited.
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