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What is HydroChloride . what are its uses ?By baby sirisha, Posted on 29/03/2019 - 6 Comments
Hydrochloride is an acid salt ,that forms from the reaction of HCl with an organic base amine .It is an acid salt that produces an acidic solution when dissolved in water. Acid salt are made so that it can be soluble.
Hydrochloride is an acid compound ,which is used to make tablets. It produces acid salt when we dissolve in water , it produces gastric acid in stomach, This tablets cure many diseases. it is used as medicine.
Hydrochloride is a chemical salt which is very reactive very dangerous too .it reacts quickly effects quickly the uses of this chemical is. It helps in cleaning tiles, and it helps in removing the rust also.this acid contains in the stomach by birth which helps in digesting the food.
Hydrochloride is an acid compound ,which is used to make tablets. It produces acid salt when we dissolve in water , it produces gastric acid in stomach This tablets cure many diseases. it is used as medicine.
Hydrochloride is a compound which is formed due to interaction between hydrogen ion and chloride ion. It is a very important compound used in chemical experiments. It has use in body also. It comes in primary defence system of our body. Microorganisms are destroyed by it due to presence in stomach.
What are the elements in group 14 in the periodic table?
The elements in the group 14 of the periodic table are carbon, silicon, germanium, tin, lead and flerovium. These elements have much higher melting and boiling points. In this group carbon is a non metal, silicon and germanium are metalloids and tin, lead and flerovium are metals. (FULL ANSWER)