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www.quora.com/What-is-the-chemical-reaction-between-vinegar-and-salt-What-are-some-examples

The reaction between the acetic acid in vinegar and sodium chloride to produce hydrochloric acid and sodium acetate occurs to a very small, ...

www.quora.com/Do-salt-and-vinegar-create-hydrochloric-acid-when-combined-with-water

No, but... Salt and sulfuric acid give HCl gas. Be careful.

chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/2765/why-is-salt-needed-when-using-vinegar-to-clean-pennies

Dec 13, 2012 ... So when use vinegar-salt solution to clean penny, Copper Oxide parellely reacts with HCl and CH3COOH both and gives Copper salt and ...

science.wonderhowto.com/how-to/make-hydrochloric-acid-from-salt-319915

Oct 31, 2010 ... In this tutorial, we learn how to make hydrochloric acid from salt. First, you will pour some salt into a distil flask. After this, you will add in some ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Vinegar+and+Salt+Produce+Hydrochloric+Acid&v=gUGBV8Pa9SM
May 14, 2008 ... Some salt is poured into a distil flask, then consentrated sulfuric acid is added. This produces hydrogen chloride gas, the gas is bubbled ...
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May 28, 2015 ... The vinegar salt solution dissolves/separates this layer from the penny .... Black copper oxide (CuO) reacts with acetic acid (CH3COOH) to form ...

www.instructables.com/answers/Is-it-possible-to-make-HCl-with-Bleach

Jan 26, 2010 ... You'd be better off with ordinary salt (and concentrated sulphuric ... Just mixing bleach with water will produce hypochlorous acid which will ...

kitchenscience.sci-toys.com/acids

The familiar table salt NaCl, forms when hydrochloric acid reacts with sodium ... as vinegar (acetic acid), soda water (carbonic acid) and lemon juice (citric acid) ... in the kitchen, used because it reacts with acids to produce carbon dioxide gas.

sciencing.com/use-salt-make-penny-disappear-8183059.html

Apr 25, 2017 ... When cleaning a penny, the hydrochloric acid produced by the mixture of salt and vinegar dissolves a thin layer of copper on the penny.