Hazardous chemicals used for manufacturing solar panels include hydrogen flouride, nitric acid, sulfuric acid, and sodium hydroxide.
When hydrogen flouride come in contact with moisture it converts to hydroflouric acid a highly corrosive and toxic, and requires immediate medical attention.
Nitric acid is a powerful oxidizing agent, that dyes the human skin because it reacts with keratin.
Sulfuric acid is highly flammable, and burns from such acid is more dangerous than any other comparable strong acid.
Sodium hydroxide can cause chemical burns, blindness and permanent injury or scarring. It is also very flammable just like sulfuric acid.
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