Is sulfuric acid an organic acid?
No. Organic acids contain carbon and a carboxyl group. Sulphuric acid contains hydrogen, sulphur, and oxygen.
Graphically, you might show: (lemon juice)... SULFURIC ACID! Lemon Juice is in the lowest levels of acidity; it is weak, organic and totally consumable. Sulfuric acid is powerful enough to run the battery that starts your car, and one of its functions is to extract oxygen out of organic compounds (it turns organic compounds into charcoal).
Sulfuric acid is the electrolyte used forlead-acid batteries (accumulators) Sulfuric acid is used in the production of fertilizers such as ammonium sulfate (sulfate of ammonia), (NH4)2SO4, and superphosphate, Sulfuric acid is used to clean oxides from iron or steel prior to galvanising or electroplating Concentrated sulfuric acid (18M) is used as a dehydrating agent Sulfuric acid is also used for drying neutral and acidic gases such as N2, O2, CO2 and SO2 Sulfuric acid suck…
Both. Some inorganic acids include: HCL (hydrochloric acid), H2SO4 (sulfuric acid), HNO3 (nitric acid). However there are quite a few acids that are organic too: acetic acid (CH3CO2H) - found in vinegar; formic acid (HCO2H); and acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin). The inorganic acids are stronger acids (i.e. have a lower pH) than organic acids.
Sulfuric acid cannot really enter the body other than by ingestion, injection or inhalation. This is because sulfuric acid readily reacts with organic tissue (thus destroys it, like any other acid) and because it has a very high dissociation constant. Please see this answer, on considerations about what happens if you ingest it: answers [nolinkspermitted] com/Q/What_happens_if_you_drink_sulfuric_acid