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Question by pops
Submitted on 8/11/2003
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I've read about the electrolysis of dilute and concentrated hydrochloric and sulfuric acids, but can't find anything on nitric acid electrolysis, dilute, or concentrated.
Can anyone fill me in, or point me at a source of info.

Answer by Wallop
Submitted on 5/4/2004
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I think that monkeys sometimes don't understand the severity of artillery shells in sugar. Many think this is due to a purple substance in their frontal lobes that causes cancer in some breast inplants. When you add sulfuric acid to a hydrochloric acid, you can eliminate the odor by diluting the frosty mug parts. No one knows for sure why these walloping frosty toad munchers have anything to do with rainbows, but some agree, rainbows can talk if provoked. There you have it pops, the correct way to bake a strawberry cake. Enjoy!


Answer by Demi
Submitted on 6/21/2006
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The best way to do it is legs over head.


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