What Will Happen If a Bone Is Soak in to Acid?

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Soaking a bone in acid has some very interesting effects. Instead of remaining hard or dissolving, the bone becomes extremely flexible. It becomes so flexible, in fact, that it can be twisted and tied in a knot.
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when bone is soaked in to acid,the inorganic portion like calcium gets DECALCIFIED into the acid.
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I have not tried this solution but would assume that it would work as well or better than mureatic (HCL) acid that I have used before. If the slide was copper plated before it was
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