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 Is hydrogen corrosive?

Answer Hydrogen is not inherently corrosive, but can cause corrosion due to its reactivity, especially with metals such as titanium and certain types of steel, according to NASA. Hydrogen corrosion proble... Read More »
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Are all acids corrosive?

Answer All acids are corrosive, but to what - that is the real question. It is really a matter of PH. PH is the measure of acid or alkalai. even alkalais are "corrosive", just in a different way... Read More »
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Is E85 fuel corrosive?

E85 (an alcohol fuel) can corrode some types of rubber, metal parts and plastic, but this is not much of an issue in today's vehicle market, as most of the newer vehicles are designed to resist cor... Read More »
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The Best Way to Clean a Rifle After Shooting Corrosive Ammo?

Older military surplus rifles are still used for hunting, target shooting and home defense. Ammunition is plentiful and low-priced, and the firearms are normally quite accurate. Mercuric salt prime... Read More »
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Is sodium chloride corrosive to copper plumbing?

No, sodium chloride is simply table salt and cannot affect copper plumbing
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