What Is the Most Dangerous Acid in the World?

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Hydrofluoric acid is considered a weak acid because it does not ionize. Because of this it can be absorbed by the skin very quickly and once it is absorbed it damages tissue causing severe pain, chemical imbalances, and almost certain death if more than 50 ml are in contact with the skin.
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