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chemical:clothing_vs_acid [2012/06/24 02:54]
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chemical:clothing_vs_acid [2013/10/20 10:59] (current)
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-H2SO4 is devastating. ​ This isn't too surprising since I've had minor smudges eat through clothing after sitting for a while. ​ RFNA made the fabric slippery. ​ I know HNO3 + H2SO4 + cotton makes the plastic nitrocellulose so probably related. ​ The fabric still seemed pretty strong but it was probably not good for it.  ​H2PO4 discovered the fabric but it still seemed plenty strong. ​ I was a bit surprised that HCl didn't do much (slight discoloration). ​ The acetic acid and the phosphoric ​acid had no noticeable effects.+H2SO4 is devastating. ​ This isn't too surprising since I've had minor smudges eat through clothing after sitting for a while. ​ RFNA made the fabric slippery. ​ I know HNO3 + H2SO4 + cotton makes the plastic nitrocellulose so probably related. ​ The fabric still seemed pretty strong but it was probably not good for it.  ​Phosphoric acid discovered the fabric but it still seemed plenty strong. ​ I was a bit surprised that HCl didn't do much (slight discoloration). ​ The acetic acid and the hydrofluoric ​acid had no noticeable effects.
  
 
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