Apr 6, 2014
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Corrosives are poisonous substances which corrode or eat away the skin or the mucous surfaces of mouth, gullet and stomach with which they come into contact. Examples are strong mineral acids like sulphuric, nitric and hydrochloric acids, caustic alkalis, and some salts like chlorides of mercury and zinc. (See POISONS.)

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