Hey there. First-time poster, long-time chemistry fan.
We did a simple acid-base titration in class, with a solution of 0.10 mol/L NaOH, and a solution of HCl of unknown concentration. Through calculations of how much NaOH neutralizes however much HCl, I've found the molairty of the HCl solution to be ~0.05mol/L, give or take because of my own errors in getting NaOH-happy.
Anyways, this isn't as much of a calculation question as a theory question [my weakness, of course]. The premise of the lab was that the HCl solution was found beside the "victim", and could this solution at this strength, be the cause of his death? I don't know what molarity of HCl is "dangerous", but I assume it's not horrible since a bunch of grade 11 chemistry students were allowed to play with it.
So, any online references [ie. websites] you can give me to support or disown my theory, or any facts you can contribute would be greatly appriciated.