Subject: If Hydrofluoric dries out and is rewetted with water is it still dangerous?
Date: Thu May 20 11:47:42 1999
Posted by Ken Hazen
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Chandler State/Province: Az
Area of science: Chemistry
We manufacture equipment for the semiconductor industry. Periodically, we
have equipment returned to us for repair that has been exposed to Hydrofluoric
acid. If there is residue on the tool how dangerous is the residue if
reconstituted with water? Thanks for the help!
Re: If Hydrofluoric dries out and is rewetted with water is it still dangerous?
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