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Posted by: DebraF on 7/15/03 Title: 99+% anhydrous hydrogen chloride
Postnum: 188 EntryID:891
How can I dispose of this hazardous chemical? Does anyone need any anhydrous HCl?

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Posted by: Mike Johnston on 7/28/03 Title: Re: 99+% anhydrous hydrogen chloride
Postnum: 188 EntryID:904
many plating operations use various acids to etch the matal being plated prior to the plating operation. You may try contacting some in you area.

Mike J.


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