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How much water is in sulfuric acid?

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In concentrated sulfuric acid usually about 1%

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If assuming identical volumes, pure sulfuric acid is 1.86 times heavier than water.


The fluid in the battery is about 35% sulfuric acid and 65% distilled water.


No, a sulfuric acid solution in water is homogeneous


A sulfuric acid solution in water is homogeneous.


Around 35% Sulfuric Acid and 65% Distilled Water.


Concentrated sulfuric acid has sulfuric acid molecules where dilute sulfuric acid has sulfate ions and hydrogen ions. Water in the diluted solution acts as the ionization medium.


By diluting the concentrated sulphuric acid with distilled water.


when mixed sulfuric acid with water in the presence of oxygen nothing happens but the acid turned from concentrated acid will turn into diluted acid.


sulfuric acid is the kind of acid in acid rain sometimesAnswer:Acid rain contains sulfuric and sulfurous acid. The concentration os much lower than laboratory supplies of sulfuric acid


1-methylcyclohexene, water, sulfuric acid



H2SO4 + 2H2O ---> 2H3O- + SO4-2 Sulfuric acid + water ---> hydronium + sulfate


Adding sulfuric acid to water is the recommended way of working to avoid accidents.


You'd get dilute sulfuric acid. The temperature would go up (possibly a lot), since the dissociation of sulfuric acid in water is exothermic.


Battery acid, purchased at an automotive supply store, is approximately 35% sulfuric acid. You have to remove the water, the sulfuric acid abtained will not be as pure as reagent-grade sulfuric acid.


C12H22O11 (sugar) + H2SO4 (sulfuric acid) → 12 C (carbon) + 11 H2O (water) + mixture water and acid C12H22O11 (sugar) + H2SO4 (sulfuric acid) → 12 C (carbon) + 11 H2O (water) + mixture water and acid


Sulfur dioxide from industry and car exhaust combines with the water in clouds to form sulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid bubbled into water produces sulfuric acid, and this method is even used in the production of sulfuric acid, known as the contact process. This process basically occurs nearly the same way in the clouds, and the resulting acid falls as acid rain.


because sulphuric acid is completely ionize in water


Sulfuric acid (alternative spelling sulphuric acid) is a strong mineral acid with the molecular formula H2SO4. Its historical name is vitriol. The salts of sulfuric acid are called sulfates. Sulfuric acid is soluble in water at all concentrations.


Driving off the water from dilute sulfuric acid will increase the concentration of the acid to the point where it will contain virtually no water.


No, it is much less soluble in hexane than in water.


It depends a little on your definition. Concentrated Sulfuric Acid can be produced up to 98% or 98.3% pure H2SO4. So, while H2SO4 would be considered a compound, it is never pure, and is always found in a mixture. Most Sulfuric Acid used in the lab is a much more dilute mixture of Sulfuric Acid and Water. Fuming Sulfuric Acid is a mixture between Sulfuric Acid, H2SO4 and sulfur trioxide SO3.


No, although "concentrated" sulfuric acid (essentially pure H2SO4) is less dissociated than dilute sulfuric acid, simply because there's no water around for it to dissociate in.



It depends on how diluted the dilute sulphuric acid is (i.e. its concentration).



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