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Examples of Corrosive Chemicals?

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A corrosive material is a chemical that can cause damage, burns, and in some cases death. A corrosive material will burn its way through any item if dropped directly on the item. For example, if acid is dropped on the floor, it will burn its way down and make a hole through the entire floor. If acid is thrown on a person, the acid will dissolve a persons skin right off their body. Some corrosive chemicals are acetyl iodide, anisoyl chloride, and batteries.
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