|hydrogen fluoride sds||0.6||0.3||4672||40|
|hydrogen fluoride sds sheet||1.33||0.8||5272||60|
|hydrogen fluoride msds||0.89||0.1||1651||30|
|hydrogen fluoride msds sheet||0.03||0.9||6987||85|
|hydrogen chloride sds||1.03||0.2||6824||58|
|hydrogen chloride sds sheet||0.4||0.3||6144||83|
|hydrogen chloride sds airgas||1.77||0.5||6605||85|
|hydrogen fluoride pyridine sds||1.27||0.5||1290||74|
|sds for hydrogen fluoride||0.01||0.6||8858||81|
|potassium hydrogen fluoride sds||1.26||0.8||9078||41|
|ammonium hydrogen fluoride sds||1.2||0.5||8246||100|
|anhydrous hydrogen fluoride sds||1.15||1||183||60|
When heated, it emits highly corrosive fumes of fluorides. Its corrosive action on metals can result in formation of hydrogen in containers and piping to create fire hazard. Toxic and irritating vapors are generated when heated.What is hydrogen fluoride used for?
Hydrogen fluoride is most commonly used to make refrigerants, plastics, aluminum, weed killers, and semiconductors for computers. It is also used in oil extraction and oil refining processes.Is hydrogen fluoride a strong acid?
Hydrogen fluoride is however usually found as a strong solution in water, whereby it is Hydrofluoric acid. Hydrofluoric acid is an extremely strong acid. It will severely corrode metals, glass, minerals and many organic (carbon-containing) substances - and will release highly flammable hydrogen in the process.