hydrochloric

[hahy-druh-klawr-ik, -klohr-]
adjective
of or derived from hydrochloric acid.

Origin:
1810–20; hydro-2 + chloric

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With the filed pennies in a plastic cup, the next task is to pour a few ounces
  of hydrochloric acid over them.
It secretes hydrochloric acid and many digestive enzymes.
It is not that hydrochloric acid is actually toxic: it is one of those frank
  enemies that come at you shouting from a distance.
Note to self: the next time you need to carry a container filled with
  hydrochloric acid to work, take a cab.
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