0,01N Aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid - Synonyme de Acide chlorhydrique en solution aqueuse 0,036 %

 

Identification

Description


Numéro UN : UN1789
Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • Acide chlorhydrique 0,01 N
  • Acide chlorhydrique 0,036 %
  • Acide chlorhydrique en solution aqueuse 0,01 N
  • Acide chlorhydrique en solution aqueuse 0,036 %
  • Acide muriatique 0,01 N

Noms anglais :

  • 0,01N Aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid
  • Hydrochloric acid 0,01N
  • Hydrochloric acid 0.036 % in aqueous solution
Composition
Nom de l'ingrédient No CAS Concentration
Eau 7732-18-5 99,963   % P/P
Chlorure d'hydrogène 7647-01-0 0,036   % P/P

Utilisation et sources d'émission

L'acide chlorhydrique 0,01 N est utilisé principalement comme agent de dosage analytique.

Références

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Autres sources d'information

  • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health et États-Unis. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Occupational health guidelines for chemical hazards. Vol. 1. Cincinnati : Centers for Disease Control. (1981-). DHSS-NIOSH 81-123. [RR-015002]   http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/81-123/

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