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1 October, 08:23

Define Aqua regia and write a short note on it

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  1. 1 October, 12:01
    Aqua regia is a strong and very concentrated acid formed by mixing Hydrochloric acid (HCl) and nitric acid.

    The acid is very corrosive due to its formulation and it nearly reacts to dissolve all substances including the unreactive gold metal. It is formed by mixing the two acids in a proportion of 1:3, i. e HCl in 3 parts and nitric acid in 1 part.

    The mixture dissolves a wide range of metals
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