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Disintegrating human flesh is commonly known as: white shotgun. The mafia is famous for implementing this technique.
Hydrofluoric acid (HF) is a solution composed of distilled water and hydrogen fluoride. It is highly reactive to glass and normally stored in plastic containers. HF is a contact poison, meaning it will cause burns and ensure death if a body is submerged inside. The burns cause pain that is not initially obvious. With as little as 25 square inches of skin exposed (160 square centimeters), cardiac arrest and fatality can occur. Protective equipment is a must when handling HF, particularly: rubber gloves, safety clothing, and eye protection.
Usually, HF is used to dissolve rock, fossils, and metal oxides (removes impurities from stainless steel for example [pickling]). HF is used in the oil refinery process. HF is also used to produce fluorides such as: sodium fluoride and uranium hexafluoride. HF is also useful in producing telfon, fluoropolymers, fluorocarbons and Freon.
In popular culture, breaking bad highlights the technique using hydrofluoric acid. Although the show did not highlight it, the fumes would have been drastic and dangerous. This acid is likely the weakest option of the methods discussed here. Metallic elements (such as fillings) will not be dissolved and remain in the sludge. The dissolve time is likely to be longest with HF and will never fully dissolve the body.
HF is more realistically used as a poison (contact poison) as it interacts seriously with magnesium and calcium in the bloodstream.
Lye is commonly available and can be purchased for approximately $65 per 50 pounds. Lye is also known as caustic soda and is a highly caustic metallic base. It is also an alkali salt. Lye is water-soluble, ethanol-soluble, and methanol-soluble. Lye will absorb moisture as well as carbon dioxide.
Commonly, lye is used to manufacture drinking water, textiles, pulp, soaps, detergents, drain cleaners and to detect the presence of carbon monoxide poisoning. Lye is corrosive to glass and several metals and requires careful storage.
Similar to corrosive acids, lye is capable of decomposing proteins and lipids by method of amide hydrolysis and ester hydrolysis. Lye can cause chemical burns and cause blindness (permanent) if applied to the eyes. Protective equipment is a must when handling lye, particularly: rubber gloves, safety clothing, and eye protection.
A mixture of sodium hydroxide (lye) and distilled water will produce a powerful base capable of dissolving animal bodies. The remaining sludge is brownish black and leaves the body unidentifiable, except for a few brittle bones .
Sulfuric acid is also known as sulphuric acid and is a highly corrosive acid. It is colorless and pungent-ethereal (). It is soluble in water. Sometimes it can be a yellow or dark brown color due to industrial dying. It is commonly present in auto and marine batteries (car batteries).
SA is corrosive on materials, living tissues and stones. It possesses strong dehydrating properties as well. Sulfuric acid can cause chemical burns (via hydrolysis) and secondary thermal burns (via dehydration). It can lead to blindness if applied to the eyes. Strong safety precautions are required when handling SA.
SA has been used to produce drain cleaners, battery acid (an electrolyte manufactured with SA is used in lead batteries), and a variety of cleaning agents. In chemistry, SA is used for mineral processing, to produce fertilizer, oil refining, and chemical synthesis. It is also used to process wastewater.
Sulfuric acid (SA) has been used many times in history to dissolve a body in a murder. It has been reported to reduce the flesh and bones to a sludge within 48 hours. It does not however affect false teeth or similar replacement parts.
When mixed with Hydrogen Peroxide a powerful solution called PIRANHA is produced. This concoction is powerful enough to etch glass and highly corrosive to bone, skin and living tissues.
Sulfuric acid is what the famous acid bath murderer used to dissolve bodies (John George Haigh).
Perchloric Acid (PA) is colorless and stronger than sulfuric and nitric acids. PA is traditionally used to prepare perchlorate salts (like ammonium perchlorate – a rocket fuel). If exposed to humidity, a concentrated PA will dilute itself by absorbing the moisture in the air. PA is a corrosive oxidizing agent.
PA is one of the strongest acids known to man. It is one of the strongest Bronsted-Lowry acids. PA is not susceptible to hydrolysis. The salts produced by PA are often explosive and dangerous to handle. PA is highly reactive with metals (especially aluminum) and all organic matters (woods, plastic, living tissues). PA is used to electro-polish wood and furniture.
In order to handle PA, protective gloves are required. Face and eye protection are also required. A chemical fume hood is essential to avoid dangerous fumes which are volatile irritants (such as ammonium hydroxide).
Perchloric acid may be the best candidate for dissolve tissues and bones. Perchloric acid is one of the strongest acids known. Liquid Lye is also a very good candidate.
The body is roughly 80 percent water, which is why a solution produced from disintegration will be sludge-like.
Additional Disclaimer: We do not condone dissolving or disintegrating bodies in acids or bases. This article is purely educational.
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