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  1. Hydrochloric acid is a clear, poisonous liquid. It is a caustic chemical and highly corrosive, which means it ... Hydrochloric acid ... Hydrochloric acid is found in: Certain fertilizers Pool chemicals Soldering fluxes Toilet bowl and other porcelain cleaners This ...
  2. ... effective. That’s how heartburn begins. The stomach produces hydrochloric acid to digest food. The stomach has a mucous lining that protects it from hydrochloric acid, but the esophagus does not. So, when food ...
  3. Vitamin B12 From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements)  
    ... body to absorb vitamin B12 from food. First, hydrochloric acid in the stomach separates vitamin B12 from the ... Many older adults, who do not have enough hydrochloric acid in their stomach to absorb the vitamin B12 ...
  4. Index of Glossary Terms (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    Laboratory Tests/Reference Desk ... Laboratory Tests ... American Association for Clinical Chemistry
  5. ... of your nose and into your esophagus. Mild hydrochloric acid will be sent down the tube, followed by ...
  6. Poisoning ingredients include: Hydrochloric acid Lye (sodium hydroxide or caustic soda) Potassium hydroxide Sulfuric acid
  7. ... contain different poisonous substances, including: Chelating agents Hydrocarbons Hydrochloric acid Nitrites Oxalic acid Phosphoric acid
  8. ... in and out of the body to form hydrochloric acid and hypochlorous acid. Both are extremely poisonous.
  9. ... are called hydrocarbons. They include: Ammonium chloride Rosin Hydrochloric acid Zinc chloride
  10. Poisonous ingredients include: Hydrochloric acid Lye (sodium hydroxide or caustic soda) Potassium hydroxide Sulfuric acid
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