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  • A mineral acid is an acid derived by chemical reaction from inorganic minerals, as opposed to organic acids.
  • Mineral acids have hydrogen(s) atoms covalently bonded with an anion, such as sulphate, or chloride, depending on the charge of the anion.
  • Mineral acids range from acids of great strength (example: sulfuric acid) to very weak (boric acid).
  • Mineral acids, are capable of acidifying water very effectively due to complete dissociation and liberation of H+ Ions.
  • As mineral acid molecules tend to consist of only a few atoms, of which many are polar, they tend to be very soluble in water, and insoluble in organic solvents. Mineral acids are very important to chemical procedures.
  • Hydrochloric acid is prepared by dissolving hydrogen chloride in water. Hydrogen chloride can be generated in many ways, and thus several precursors to hydrochloric acid exist. The large-scale production of hydrochloric acid is almost always integrated with other industrial scale chemicals production.
  • Nitric acid is made by mixing nitrogen dioxide (NO2) with water in the presence of oxygen or air to oxidize the nitrous acid also produced by the reaction.
  • In laboratory, nitric acid can be made from copper(II) nitrate or by reacting approximately equal masses of potassium nitrate (KNO3) with 96% sulfuric acid, and distilling this mixture at nitric acid's boiling point of 83 °C until only a white crystalline mass, potassium hydrogen sulfate , remains in the reaction vessel. The obtained red fuming nitric acid may be converted to the white nitric acid.
  • Phosphoric acid can be prepared by two routes - the Thermal Process and the Wet Process. Wet process phosphoric acid is prepared by adding sulfuric acid to calcium phosphate rock.
  • Mineral acids are most often used in large-scale industries. For example, a dilute solution of hydrochloric acid is used for removing the deposits from the inside of boilers, with precautions taken to prevent the corrosion of the boiler by the acid. This process is known as de-scaling. Therefore, large quantities of these acids, especially sulfuric acid, nitric acid and hydrochloric acid are manufactured for commercial use in large plants.
  • Sulfur and sulfuric acid will continue to be important in agricultural and industrial applications, although consumption will be less than production.
  • Sulfuric acid consumption for phosphate fertilizer production was expected to increase at a lower rate than some other uses, phosphate may become less dominant in sulfur consumption but remain the leading end use.
  • Demand for nitric acid is largely dependent upon demand for solid ammonium nitrate fertilizer and nitrogen fertilizer solutions that incorporate ammonium nitrate.
  • Most budget acids on the market (in the $450 to $550 per 200ltr range) have an inorganic mix of base acids. Inorganic Acids are generally mineral acids such as Hydrochloric, Sulphuric, Nitric and Phosphoric. Budget acids usually contain a mix of Sulphuric and Phosphoric Acid.
General Information
  • Mineral Acid Types
  • Organic Acids versus Mineral Acids
  • Acid
  • Mineral acid
  • Standard Operation Procedure - Mineral Acids


  • Consultant from USA
  • Consultant from Los Angeles
  • Consultant from Minnesota
  • Consultant from India
  • US Consultant from Florida
  • Consultant from Thailand

Company Profile

  • Indian Company from Goa
  • Indian Company from Gujarat
  • Company from India
  • Indian Company from Tamil Nadu
  • Indian Company from Maharashtra
  • Company from Gujarat


  • Mineral Acid Concentration Process with Electrodialysis Leading to High Concentrations
  • The Distribution of Tendipes plumosus (Linnb) in Mineral water acid
  • Esters of mineral acids
  • The Neutralizing Power of Forage Crops for Organic and Mineral Acids
  • Phenolation of (+)-Catechin with Mineral Acid.
  • Recovery, Concentration and Purification of Mineral Acids
  • Solvent Extraction of Mineral Acids


  • Solubility of Hydrocarbons in a water - Mineral Acid System. Model of Calculation
  • The Preparation of  d-galacturonic acid from Lemon Pectic acid
  • Vegetable and Mineral acids in the treatment, prevention and remedial of Cholera an other epidemic disorders of the bowels
  • Simulation by Mineral and Fatty Acids in the barnacle Balanus balanoides
  • Ensiling of Sugar Cane with Ammonia Molasses and Mineral acids
  • Characterization of  acid Catalytic Domain for Cellulose Hydrolysis and Glucose Degradation


  • U.S. Navy – Evaluation of Adsorption Technology to Recover Contaminated Mineral Acid Solutions
  • Dairy Technology - Milk protein productsprocessing in the dairy industry
  • Theory of Sample Preparation Using acid Digestion, Pressure Digestion and Microwave Digestion
  • A preliminary work on Sulcis coal leaching with mineral acids
  • Mixed Acid Oxidation


  • Addition of Mineral Acids or Salts Thereof  to a TMA Production Process
  • Process for the Preparation of Amidosulfonic Acid
  • Fluid Concentrates of Modified Mineral Acid Salts
  • Process for Pharmaceutical Grade High Purity Hydeoxycholic Acid Preparation
  • Process for the Regeneration of Mineral Acids Used to Solubilize Phosphate Ores
  • New Features in Leather Preservation
  • Spent Acid Recovery Using Diffusion Dialysis
  • Determination of  dissolution times of three different pain relievers
  • Novel Textile Chemistry for Dense Gas Fluids
  • Mineral acids in workplace air

Material Safety Data Sheet & Product

  • Acetic acid, >96%
  • Hydrochloric Acid 33 - 40%
  • Hydrochloric Acid Solution
  • Hydrochloric Acid Solution 37%
  • Nitric Acid (62% Solution)
  • Phosphoric Acid
  • Sulfuric acid
  • Casein Products
  • Split Loom


  • Trican industrial Chemical Cleaning Device
  • MIDAS® Mineral Acid (HCl) electrochemical sensor
  • Refrigerant Acids in HFC/POE Systems and How They Differ from HCFC System
  • Acid Recycling System

Regulatory and Safety Issues

  • Mineral Acids Regulatory History
  • Mineral Acids On-site Waste Management
  • Using Hydrofluoric Acid Safely
  • Chemical Safety Issues
  • Classification and Safe Handling of Chemicals


  • Analysis of Semiconductor Grade Mineral Acids by Sector Field ICP-MS
  • Acidity level in concentrated mineral acid mixtures. Iso-acidic media
  • Effects of dietary mineral acids on voluntary food intake, digestion, mineral metabolism and acid-base balance of sheep
  • The Effect of the continued ingestion of mineral acid on growth of body and bone and on the composition of bone and of the soft tissue
  • Effect of humidity on nitric acid uptake to mineral dust aerosol particles

Report & Market

  • TRAACS™ May Be the Biggest News in Mineral Amino Acid Chelate History
  • Using Acid Number as a Leading Indicator of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning system performance
  • Validation of nitric acid retrieved by the IMK-IAA processor fromMIPAS/ENVISAT measurements
  • Asian Market Will Spur The Demand For Sulfuric Acid
  • ‘An acids an acid’ - A farming fallacy
  • Hydrochloric Acid Market
  • Nitric Acid Market


  • Boric Acid Suppliers
  • Mineral Acid Suppliers
  • Hydrofluoric Acid Suppliers
  • Selling Leads of Sulfuric Acid
  • Phosphoric Acid Supplier
  • Nitric Acid Suppliers
  • Exporters of Phosphoric acid

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