Sulphuric Acid

An oily, corrosive liquid that acts as a strong acid when dissolved in water. Sulphuric acid has so many industrial uses that sulfuric acid production was once used as an index of industrial productivity. Salts of sulphuric acids are called sulphates.


Also known as
Oil of Vitriol

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Atomic / Molecular Weight 98.07848 gmol-1Clip
Density 1840 kgm-3Clip
Melting Point 283 KClip
Boiling Point 611 KClip
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See also: Acid, Battery Acid, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Strong Acid, Sulphate, Sulphur, Sulphurous Acid.

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Subjects: Chemistry