Sulphuric Acid

Sulphuric Acid
Cas No  
Shape Liquid
Chemical formula H2So4
Saflık Purity % 98 % min
Specific Gravity (g/cm3) 1.834 kg/Litre
Molecular weight (g/mol) 98.078(g/mol)
Synonyms Sulfuric acid
Definition Sulphuric Acid is a strong acid which is very important and frequently used in many areas of industry. Concentrated sulphuric acid contains 96-98% H2SO4 by mass. It dissolves in water, this reaction is extremely exothermic reaction. when mixed with water it can make dangerous splashes so acid should be added to water instead of adding water to acid.
Uses Sulphuric acid is one of the most important raw materials of chemical industry. Mostly used in other acid productions, dye industry, as raw material or additive for many drugs, production of glucose from starch and alcohol in food industry and metal industries. Sulphuric acid reactions are generally exothermic, since the amount of heat generated is very high many sectors use this released heat. Sulphuric acid also used in fertilizer, detergent, parchment, glue, wood preservatives, explosive substance, inorganic salts, animal waste dsiposal, petroleum refining, electrolytic plating and metallurgy It is also used as catalyst, pH adjuster, solvent, dehydration agent and absorbant in many processes and reactions.
Appearance Clear, colorless liquid
Odor odorless
Melting point 10.31 ℃
Boiling Point 337 ℃
Solubility in water miscible, exothermic
Packing Type
IBC Tank


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