Sulphuric Acid (otherwise spelled sulfuric acid; historically named as oil of vitriol, or, simply, vitriol) is an extremely corrosive strong dense colourless to deep-brown inorganic acid, represented chemically with a formula of H2SO4 and is typically derived from sulfurous anhydride.
Sulphuric Acid production is a true indicator of the industrial power of any advanced nation. Huge amounts (over 60 percent) of Sulphuric Acid are devoured by the fertilizer industry. About one-fifth of the matter is consumed by the chemical business to make synthetic resins, detergents, dyes, drugs, petroleum catalysts; as well as is used in oceans of processes. The rest applications encompass, among others, explosives, lubricants, pigments, non-ferrous metals and batteries. Asia and North America (counting Mexico) are the world’s weightiest Sulphuric Acid producers.
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