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Nitric Acid

 Nitric acid is one of the strongest oxidizing agents known to man being capable of dissolving metals at room temperature. In addition to its use in metal cutting applications such as welding and cutting, nitric acid is widely used in industrial processes including pickling, cleaning, etching, and corrosion prevention. Most commonly used in the production of glass, nitric acid’s strength is what makes it an effective and safe substance for the manufacturing of glass products. When combined with water, nitric acid produces hydrochloric acid, which is often involved in the manufacture of pesticides, drugs, and household cleaners. Fire Kirin

Hydrogen Peroxide

 Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a colorless liquid with a characteristic pungent odor. H2O2 is a strong oxidizer in contact with water. Like nitric acid, it is used in several industries around the world. Because of its high solubility in water, H2O2 is sometimes used as a solvent. It is also used in medicine as a bleaching agent in dentistry, hair coloring, and as a disinfection solution. Fire Kirin

Hydrochloric Acid

 Hydrochloric acid (HCl), also known as muriatic acid, is a highly corrosive sour chemical compound consisting of hydrogen chloride gas dissolved in water. It is used as a mordant for dyeing textiles, as a cleaner in swimming pools, and in many other small-scale industry applications. Due to its corrosivity, safety standards limit the concentration of hydrochloric acid produced by humans and require special handling techniques. Hydrochloric acid is also commonly used in laboratory research as a reagent and as a mineral extraction method. Its smell is similar to chlorine bleach and ammonia. Fire Kirin

Chlorine

 Chlorine is a toxic greenish-yellow gas that is found naturally in sodium chloride brines or seawater and is heavier than air. Chlorine is also used industrially as a germicide in drinking water treatment and bleach, and as a food preservative. It is used to purify water, sanitize swimming pools, treat sewage, process meat, produce soft drinks and beer, clean paintbrushes and clothes, bleach wood pulp, destroy bacteria on apples, kill microorganisms in milk, and maintain the quality of ice cream. Fire Kirin

Sodium Hypochlorite Solution

 Sodium hypochlorite, more commonly known as bleach, is a powerful oxidizing agent used in medicine and industry. Used primarily as a bleacher in laundry detergents, it is also used as a cleaning agent for hard surfaces and for killing germs, bacteria, mold, algae, viruses, and prions. Bleach is also used in swimming pool maintenance to remove algae and dirt, and can be added to tap water in order to kill pathogens. Bleach should not be ingested and should be handled carefully, especially when working with concentrated solutions. The active ingredient is sodium hypochlorite, also known as saltwater.

Potassium Permanganate

 Potassium permanganate is a reddish brown solid chemical compound containing potassium and oxygen. Potassium permanganate is used to oxidize the sample, making it turn red. In chemistry, this reaction is called oxidation because it changes the original state of potassium to an oxidized form. This is how permanganate is able to oxidize compounds, effectively turning them into a different

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