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Granite stone melting chemical



October 11, 2012

Q. Can anyone help me about any chemical or combination of chemicals in powder, acid, liquid or solid form that can melt hard granite stone like volcano lava? Or in jelly form, paste? Hardness-8 stone GRANITE. I need safest chemical that melt hardest granite stone in paste form or any way to dispose rock by paste form. I don't want any rock-breaking cements like bentonite. I need in particular to melt above had granite ... Please help ... THANKS IN ADVANCE

Dilli
INDIA

Hariharan S
research - Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
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