Published on May 27, 2022
Written by bitchute.com
Once Hydrofluorosilicic Acid that’s collected from phosphate Fertilizer Industrial Plants is added to our city drinking water in USA they change the name to fluoride…
Fluoride is just a generic term to hide what the government is really adding to our water. – Fluoride will cause a lifetime of sickness, cancer and early death. Do you want proof? –
150+ Fluoride facts, horror stories and cover-ups Link: http://www.just-think-it.com/f-facts.htm
Fluoride eats through concrete & steel but it’s safe to swallow says the “Government Paid Scientist experts”
This is what the federal government adds to your city drinking water and many food/drink products, gee isn’t that wonderful. Now your know why so many children have cancer, fluoride is the number one cause of cancer.
CHEMICAL DATA NOTEBOOK SERIES #98: HYDROFLUOROSILICIC ACIDHydrofluorosilicic acid is a corrosive, reactive, irritating, colorless to light yellow fuming liquid with a sour, acrid odor. It is used as a cement and ceramic hardener, a fluoridation agent for drinking water, a wood preservative, and a raw material for making paints. It is used also in the manufacture of aluminum fluoride, cryolite, hydrogen fluoride and for sterilizing bottling and brewing equipment.
Hydrofluorosilicic acid is nonflammable and has the following properties: specific gravity 1.3, molecular weight 144, vapor density 4.97, boiling point 212°F (at which temperature it decomposes), and freezing point -4 to -24°F. It is totally soluble in water. Its chemical formula is HiSiFf,.
HAZARDSHydrofluorosilicic acid is very corrosive. An inorganic acid, it is classified as a “strong” acid, as are all inorganic acids. (An acid’s strength is defined as the percentage of ionization the acid undergoes when dissolved in water: it has nothing to do with the concentration (the amount of acid dissolved in water) of the acid.]
Inorganic acids are highly hazardous even at low concentrations; their degree of ionization is nearly 100 percent. Other inorganic acids include sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, hydrofluoric acid, chromic acid, nitric acid, and phosphoric acid (among numerous others).
Organic acids, on the other hand, are classified as weak acids since their degree of ionization in water is extremely low. often considerably less than
Thanks to: https://principia-scientific.com