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Is GC tooth mousse safe for regular use since it contains phosphoric acid. would the acid corrode your teeth?
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Answer . DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF ACID!!!!!!!!!! Clean the cage normaly. If it starts to rust, get a new one. Many chemicals can hurt a bird, weither they just smell it touch… it.. Answer . Sorry. that last part was supposed to say 'smell it or touch it'.
Phosphoric acid is very widely used and has a number of uses. It is used to remove rust from the surface of metals, to acidify certain foods and drinks and in dentistry to whi…ten teeth.
Coke and Pepsi contain phosphoric acid. Any soda that has a colaflavor contains the acid. It is the 'bite' that tingles the tongue.The acid is only at 85 percent so it will no…t harm internal organs,but it does strip tooth enamel.
There are probably dozens I've never heard of but I do know of two at least. Its found in soda pop such as Coke (go ahead read the ingredients on the can to check). Also, it's… the main active ingrediant in a substance called "Naval Jelly", this pink stuff you smear on rusty iron and let it sit for a few minutes,...after that you rinse with water and the rust is gone.
Phosphoric acid is generally used in sodas to give it a tangy flavor and to act as a preservative.
It depends on the dose! Phosphoric acid has many uses, ranging from a food additive to a toilet cleaner, and dentists use it to descale teeth.
phosphoric acid can be used in fertilizers, which supplies macro nutrient phosphorous to plants. it can be used in titrometric analysis.
coke used to add a tang therefore making it more acidic than a lemon
It can be called "Hydrogen Phosphate" so in a way i guess but do you mean phosphorus?
It destroys the enamel
Since your stomach contains hydrochloric acid will your esophagus and mouth get corroded when you vomit?
No, unless there is chronic emesis as associated with anorexia or bulimia. Because it is acidic, there is a good Chance you will experience irritation or burning.
Hydrogen, Phosphorus, and Oxygen.
Almost all commercial brands of seltzer waters, as well as home made, contain no chemical additives other than the carbonic acid required for carbonation.