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Surveillance footage later revealed Dagley drilled into tanks of sodium cyanide, hydrochloric acid, yellow chromate, ferrous chloride, and sulfuric acid, according to a current owner, Ed Cochran.
Before Pristine was a waste disposal facility, the facility made sulfuric acid.
A sulfuric acid leak at a Burlington County battery company Saturday caused respiratory issues for three New Jersey state troopers, who were taken by ambulance to Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly as a precaution, authorities said.
During Tuesday's hearing, Huntsville police Investigator Brad Snipes testified those items, including acetone, sulfuric acid, hydrogen peroxide and a cooler, were seized from Sayyed's home at Twickenham Village Apartments.
Snipes testified the materials for a TATP bomb include acetone, sulfuric acid, hydrogen peroxide and a cooler, according to Sayyed.
The reason for these sweltering temperatures is Venus' thick carbon-dioxide atmosphere that is dotted with sulfuric acid clouds; the atmosphere traps much more heat than our own does.
Venus' atmosphere is rightfully famous for a combination of being stunningly hot and containing sulfuric acid.
The vast but as-yet untapped reserves of copper, nickel and precious metals under northeastern Minnesota are locked up in sulfide-bearing minerals that can leach sulfuric acid and other pollutants when exposed to air and water.
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