What Is Sulfuric Acid Used for?


Sulfuric Acid is a strong, colourless mineral acid that is highly corrosive. It is used as battery acid, in the diluted form, for wastewater treatment and in fertilizer creation. Although it is considered dangerous due to its corrosive nature, sulfuric acid is generally not toxic.
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Sulphuric Acid is a strong mineral acid with a wide range of uses in industries. It comes in the form of Fuming Sulphuric Acid or Oleum. The chemical formula for Sulphuric Acid is H2SO4. It is the most important of all chemicals, because of its extensive use in a very large number of manufacturing operations.
Sulfuric acid has several uses, for instance, it can be used as a drying agent to chemically remove water from many substances. In addition to this, it can also be used in manufacturing fertilisers like ammonium sulfate and super phosphate of lime.
Sulfuric acid is used in the production of phosphoric acid, a basic ingredient of phosphate fertilizers as well as trisodium phosphate for detergents.
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