How to Dilute Acid with Water?

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Diluting acids with water is a very specific process and can be very dangerous if not done correctly. Never pour water into a large quantity of concentrated acid. This could lead to an explosive chemical reaction. Instead, measure the water first and then pour the concentrated acid into the water slowly.
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