Hydrocloric Acid

You may ask, "where does Hydrocloric Acid come from in nature?

There is a little bit of hydrocloric, and other acids in every raindrop. Humankind also contributes to the natural abundance of hydrocloric acid in the disposal of industrial waste products.


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Hydrocloric Acid

You may ask, "where does Hydrocloric Acid come from in nature?

There is a little bit of hydrocloric, and other acids in every raindrop. Humankind also contributes to the natural abundance of hydrocloric acid in the disposal of industrial waste products.


This is a view of the Earth.
Click on image for full size version (40K GIF)
Image from: NOAA

Go to a listing of Rocks by mineral group


Hydrocloric Acid

You may ask, "where does Hydrocloric Acid come from in nature?

There is a little bit of hydrocloric, and other acids in every raindrop. Humankind also contributes to the natural abundance of hydrocloric acid in the disposal of industrial waste products.


This is a view of the Earth.
Click on image for full size version (40K GIF)
Image from: NOAA

Go to a listing of Rocks by mineral group



Last modified November 15, 1997 by the Windows Team

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