Nitric Acid 10% Solution, Reagent Grade

Formerly C5735

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About Nitric Acid 10% Solution, Reagent Grade

Nitric Acid, also known as Aqua Fortis, Engraver’s Acid, Azotic Acid, and Hydrogen Nitrate has the chemical formula HNO3. It appears as a colorless or yellow liquid with a strong acrid odor. It is soluble in Water but highly toxic on inhalation. Short-term exposure to high concentrations and prolonged exposure to low concentrations are hazardous and may result in adverse health effects. Lab Alley’s Nitric Acid, 10% Solution contains 10% by weight of Nitric Acid in the 90% by weight of Deionized Water. Lab Alley is selling its premium quality Nitric Acid, 10% Solution, Reagent Grade online at in the United States of America (USA) and highly recommends using it in research labs for precise, repetitive, and consistent results.

Common Uses and Applications

  • Laboratory chemical
  • Chemical reagent
  • Cleaning
  • Oxidizer
  • Gold recovery
  • Etching


Chemistry Table

Hydrogen nitrate, Aqua fortis, Azotic acid, Salpetersaeure, Nitrooxidanyl
Reagent Grade
Nitric acid

Safety and Shipping Information

DOT: Nitric acid, solution, 8, UN2031, PG II, Hazmat Fee Required

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