Corrosive

A chemical agent that reacts with the surface of a material causing it to deteriorate or wear away.
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corrosive

[n] - a substance having the tendency to cause corrosion (such a strong acids or alkali)
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Corrosive

[pronounce: cor-row-sive ] Substances that attack metals, stonework and skin are called corrosive
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Corrosive

The ability to cause severe damage to living tissue by chemical action.
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Corrosive

Having the power to dissolve. Can burn and destroy living tissue.
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corrosive

Causing a surface-destructive effect on contact; in toxicology, this normally means causing visible destruction of the skin, eyes, or the lining of the respiratory tract or the gastrointestinal tract.
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Corrosive

A substance that, according to the DOT, causes visible destruction or permanent changes in human skin tissue at the site of contact or is highly corrosive to steel.
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corrosive

A substance that causes corrosion; chemically reactive with ability to wear away gradually.
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Corrosive

Cor·ro'sive adjective [ Confer French corrosif .] 1. Eating away; having the power of gradually wearing, changing, or destroying the texture or substance of a body; as, the corrosive action of an acid. ' Corrosive liquors.' Grew. ' Corrosive famine.' Thoms...
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Corrosive

Cor·ro'sive noun 1. That which has the quality of eating or wearing away gradually. « [ Corrosives ] act either directly, by chemically destroying the part, or indirectly by causing inflammation and gangrene. Dunglison. » 2. That which has the power of fret...
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corrosive

<chemistry> Refers to any substance that oxidizes metal or flesh, in a chemical labeling context, it specificially refers to a highly reactive substance that causes obvious damage to living tissue. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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corrosive

noun a substance having the tendency to cause corrosion (such a strong acids or alkali)
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corrosive

(kә-ro´siv) causing, or able to cause, corrosion. an agent or substance that does this; called also caustic. See also escharotic.
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Corrosive

• (n.) That which has the power of fretting or irritating. • (a.) Having the quality of fretting or vexing. • (a.) Eating away; having the power of gradually wearing, changing, or destroying the texture or substance of a body; as, the corrosive action of an acid. • (n.) That which has the quality of eating or wearing away gradua...
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corrosive

Type: Term Pronunciation: kŏ-rō′siv Definitions: 1. Causing corrosion. 2. An agent that produces corrosion, a strong acid or alkali.
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Corrosive

Having the power to dissolve. Can burn and destroy living tissue.
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Corrosive

A substance that eats or wears away materials gradually by chemical action.
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