How is battery acid made?


Batteries contain sulfuric acid. It is very dangerous, and can damage your clothes, skin and eyes. Always use care when handling sulfuric acid. The acid solution in a battery is 35% sulfuric acid and 65% water. If you are planning to make your own battery, remember to be safe and wear protective clothing. Have a sink or other water source nearby so you can rinse your clothes and yourself off should any acid get on you.
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