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Copper does not react with concentrated hydrochloric acid, unless an oxidising agent such as hydrogen peroxide is added.The reaction is used to etch printed circuit boards using warm (but not hot) hydrochloric acid. The hydrogen peroxide can be added dropwise to control the speed of etching.
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