• anything with an acidic level of 0 or 14 since 0 is the worst acid and 14 is the worst base the acid whould be more corrosive and its usaully stored in glass, theres nothing that can burn a huge hole from a drop like on tv but there is stuff that can quickly burn skin/ corrode metal
  • I don't know what the most corrosive substance is but Fluorine is pretty bad. It is certainly the most reactive element. It's one of a very few chemicals that can't be stored in glass, because it eats it away. It can be kept in Nickel, which resists the attack of fluorine or in teflon, which is already completely reacted with fluorine so will not react further.
  • Technically the most corrosive substance on earth is water. Look into it.
  • Oxygen.

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