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topic 8051

Nitric Acid as Polishing Agent


2001

Beside using phosphoric acid and sulphuric acid for chemical polishing, can I replace H3PO4 with nitric acid? If yes, what's the ratio between HNO3 and H2SO?

A.Rahman
- Selangor


2001

We would need more information on what you are trying to do. What metal,what is required, what are you actually using?

Geoffrey Whitelaw
Geoffrey Whitelaw
- Port Melbourne, Australia

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