A solution of hydrogen chloride in a poorly ionizing medium, like benzene or toluene, is an extremely poor conductor.
On being heated, ammonium chloride dissociates into ammonia and hydrogen chloride.
In the case of hydrogen bromide and water, and of hydrogen chloride and water, a hydrate, viz.
The concentration of hydrogen chloride is measured upwards, and the temperature forwards.
hydrogen chloride, subjected to great pressure at a low temperature, is liquefied.
hydrogen chloride n.
A colorless, fuming, corrosive, very soluble, suffocating gas that forms hydrochloric acid in solution.
|hydrogen chloride |
A colorless, corrosive, suffocating gas used in making plastics and in many industrial processes. When mixed with water, it forms hydrochloric acid. Chemical formula: HCl.