Sulphuric Acid H2 SO4 98.4%
Sulphuric Acid (H2SO4) is a strong mineral acid. It is a basic raw material used in a wide range of industrial process and manufacturing operations.
- It reacts with most bases to give the corresponding sulphates.
- It can also be used to displace weaker acids from their salts.
- It reacts with most metals via a single displacement reaction to produce hydrogen gas and the metal sulphates.
- It undergoes electronic aromatic substitution with aromatic compounds to give the corresponding sulphonic acids.
- Appearance: Clear colour less thick liquid
- Acidity as H2SO4, % by mass: More than 98%
- Iron as Fe, % by mass: Less than 10 ppm.
Sulphuric Acid is directly sold to industrial houses. It has a wide application in Fertilizers, Detergents, Paints, Iron/Steel Pickling, Alum, Dyes, Pharmaceuticals, Sugar/ Vegetable oil Refining industry.