Rub with muriatic acid diluted with water, care being taken that it is not too strong.
They have been procured, however, by the action of muriatic acid on sugar.
A similar experiment was made with muriatic acid diluted with its bulk of water.
He began thus: Indications of the decomposition of muriatic acid.
This was a constant result, and in no case was any sulphuric or muriatic acid left in the copper.
muriatic acid, though praised by such high authorities, did not seem productive of any distinct useful effects.
The alkaline liquor must be supersaturated with muriatic acid, and evaporated to dryness.
Most generally it appears to be the muriatic, sometimes the phosphoric or sulphuric, and occasionally other acids.
Rust stains are removable by a mixture of oxalic and muriatic acids.
After which, by the application of heat, the layers separated from each other, and fumes of muriatic acid were evolved.
muriatic mu·ri·at·ic (myur'ē-āt'ĭk)
Relating to brine.