Definition of Nitrohydrochloric acid
1. Noun. A yellow fuming corrosive mixture of nitric and hydrochloric acid that dissolves metals (including gold).
Medical Definition of Nitrohydrochloric acid
1. An extremely caustic mixture that contains 18 parts nitric acid and 82 parts hydrochloric acid. Synonym: aqua regia, aqua regalis, nitrimuriatic acid. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Nitrohydrochloric acid
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1. An Introduction to Practical Chemistry: Including Analysis by John Eddowes Bowman (1864)
"nitrohydrochloric acid (Aqua Regid). 686. This is always prepared when required, by mixing together strong nitric and hydrochloric acids, usually in the ..."