Shared February 6, 2016
WARNING: This is very specific for getting acid on hands. Skin elsewhere on the body is much thinner, and will be damaged much much faster.
Note: I will eventually re-do this video. I missed a lot of important information!
Hello everyone. First of all, I apologize for the poor video angle in this.
PLEASE DO NOT REPEAT THIS.
In this video, I will be pouring three common acids on my skin. I'll pour hydrochloric acid, nitric acid and sulfuric acid. This is only true for room temperature acids. Hot acids are a different story. The 300C sulfuric acid in my distillation video will instantly char your skin.
I forgot to add. All the acids are the highest concentration I could get.
Hydrochloric: 31.45% (~10M)
Sulfuric: 98% (~18.4M)
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