Hydrochloric acid

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Hydrochloric acid is a strong inorganic acid, the salts of which are called chlorides, the most famous being sodium chloride (NaCl) (table salt). The acid is widely used in the chemical industry, mining and metallurgy. In the process of water purification, it is used successfully in correction where the pH value of raw water exceeds the permissible levels.

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