By Jim West2009-12-14T16:28:00
Hydrogen chloride (HCl), an important specialty gas, forms hydrochloric acid, a highly corrosive mineral acid, when it comes in contact with water. HCl is also known as Anhydrous Hydrogen Chloride (AHCl) — meaning water-free. AHCl is used as an acid-catalyst for chemical reactions where water-free conditions are desired.
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