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Concentrated hydrochloric acid (about 12M) is an excellent solvent for many metal oxides as well as those metals that lie below hydrogen in the electro motive series. It is often a better solvent for the oxides than the oxidizing acids. Hydrochloric acid dissolves the phosphates of most of the common metals although the phosphates of niobium, tantalum, thorium, and zirconium dissolve with difficulty. Hydrochloric acid decomposes silicates containing a high proportion of strong or moderately strong bases but acidic silicates are not readily attacked.
Many materials are ashed in 5 to 10 min. Other uses include drying, fusions, loss on ignition, wax burnouts, and heat-treating processes. Results are equivalent to those obtained using conventional muffle furnaces. A temperature controller monitors temperature and switches microwave power on and off to maintain selected temperatures to within ±3°C. An exhaust system removes smoke, vapors, and gases produced inside the furnace. A quartz fiber crucible accelerates the ashing process. The porous material rapidly cools and allows many sample types to be reweighed in 60 s or less after removal from the furnace.
Mercury(II) sulfide is soluble in a mixture of nitric acid and hydrochloric acid. Although nitric acid is a good oxidizing agent, it usually boils away before the sample is completely oxidized. A mixture of nitric and hydrofluoric acids dissolves hafnium, niobium, tantalum, and zirconium readily. This mixture is also effective with antimony, tin, and tungsten; the carbides and nitrides of niobium, tantalum, titanium, and zirconium; and the borides of zirconium. 4 Use of Sulfuric Acid. Hot concentrated sulfuric acid is often employed as a solvent.