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  • The growth in rocketry has led to increased production of perchloric acid.
  • Thus perchloric acid is a very strong acid while hypochlorous acid is very weak.
  • Given its strong oxidizing properties, perchloric acid is subject to extensive regulations.
  • Thus, if left open to the air, concentrated perchloric acid dilutes itself by absorbing water from the air.
  • It slowly hydrolyzes back to perchloric acid, which is also hazardous when anhydrous.
  • It then can be titrated using a solution in glacial acetic acid of a very strong acid, such as perchloric acid.
  • Silver perchlorate is created by heating a mixture of perchloric acid with silver nitrate.
  • One synthesis uses fluorine and perchloric acid, though the action of ClF 5 on water is another method.
  • Perchloric acid is produced industrially by two routes.
  • The analogous graphite perchlorate can be made similarly by reaction with perchloric acid.
  • For example, dichlorine heptoxide is acid; perchloric acid is a more hydrated form.
  • Perchloric acid is mainly produced as a precursor to ammonium perchlorate, which is used as rocket fuel.
  • The reaction of perchloric acid with bases, such as ammonium hydroxide give salts.
  • Perchlorate is the anion resulting from the dissociation of perchloric acid and its salts upon their dissolution in water.
  • It also coprecipitates with silicotungstic acid, and with perchloric acid, without another alkali metal as a carrier, which provides other methods of separation.
  • These include nitric acid, perchloric acid, chloric acid, chromic acid, and concentrated sulfuric acid, among others.
  • Perchlorate salts are the product of a base and perchloric acid.
  • The most commonly used procedure is the titration of organic bases with perchloric acid in anhydrous acetic acid.
  • The company was using 220 gallons per month of perchloric acid in a bleaching process, and rinse water was being discharged into the sewage system.
  • Perchloric acid is useful for preparing perchlorate salts, especially ammonium perchlorate, an important rocket fuel.
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