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What happened in the show:Potentially one of the grossest scenes in the entirety of Breaking Bad, Jesse attempts to dispose of a body by submerging it in hydrofluoric acid. Walt warned him to store the reactive acid in a particular type of plastic, but of course Jesse knew better and went ahead and put the body and acid in a bathtub. The body was reduced to a gooey mess, and the acid also ate through the bathtub and the floor below it. The clean-up process was grim.
Could it really happen?Probably, but unsurprisingly it wouldn’t be pleasant. Even highly concentrated hydrofluoric acid is considered a relatively weak acid; a solution of this acid does not fully dissociate (split into hydrogen and fluoride ions) in water. That’s not to say it isn’t dangerous; it can corrode metal and can even eat away at the bonds in glass, so it’s definitely able to dissolve a body.
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