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AnswerH 2SO4

is the correct chemical formula of sulphuric acid.

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No. The chemical formula for sulfuric acid is H2SO4, while hydrochloric acid is HCl. Both, however, are classified as strong acids.

The difference is the chemical composition. Sulfur is S(-2). This is a sulfide ion. Sulfuric acid is derived from sulfate, SO4. Also acids are always bonded to hydrogens. The chemical formula for sulfuric acid is H2SO4

H2SO4It is far easier to look this sort of thing up than it is to ask it is your friend.

There are many different acids, all with different chemical formulas. Examples: Acetic acid - CH3CHOOH Sulfuric acid - H2SO4 Hydrochloric acid - HCl

The chemical formula for inorganic acids normally begin with H(x).

The chemical formula for tartaric acid is C4H6O6

Most acids will have one or two hydrogen atoms at the beginning of their chemical formula. For Example, HNO3 is Nitric Acid, HCl is Hydrochloric Acid, and H2SO4 is Sulfuric Acid. There are some exceptions to this rule, such as Acetic Acid, the stuff in vinegar, whose chemical formula is CH3COOH.

Word Formula: fatty acids + glucose

Two acids are important: nitric and sulfuric.

This suffix is used for the normal acids, not changing anything in the formula. I.e. sulfuric and nitric acids.

Peanuts do not have a chemical formula. Their chemical composition, however, is acids, arachin, lecithin, protein, flavonoids, beta-carotene amino acids, minerals, fat, carbohydrates, and vitamins.

Usually, if it begins with an "H" it's an acid. HCl - hydrochloric acid H2SO4 - sulfuric acid HNO3 - nitric acid

The principal acids in a chemical lab are: sulfuric, nitric, phosphoric, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, etc.

Most charcoals are made of Carbon, with only the occasional impurities if made with sulfuric acids rather than burning or in poorly cleaned fires. So the formula in general is just C, simple enough.

Unfortunately, the exact chemical formula for nucleic acids such as RNA and DNA is too long to list on this page. However, nucleic acids can be formulated as phosphoric acid and nucleosides in alternating form.

HNO2 Nitrous acid HClO3 Chloric acid H2SO4 Sulfuric acid

The "hydro" part indicates there's hydrogen in it, but not all hydrogen-containing acids start with hydro...sulfuric acid contains more hydrogen than either hydrochloric or hydrofluoric. "-ic" is pretty common for acids...hydrochloric, hydrofluoric, sulfuric, nitric, acetic...

Different acids have different formulae. For e.g., the formula for sulfuric acid is H2SO4; the formula for nitric acid is HNO3. But one common thing in all acids is that they always have at least one hydrogen atom in their molecule. Sulfuric acid: H2SO4 Nitric acid: HNO3 Hydrochloric acid: HCL Phosphoric acid: H3PO4

Sulfuric acid is just sulfuric acid. It does not belong to any group of acids, because all acids are the same: they donate H+ ions.

For inorganic acids: [H][anion].

Hydrogen (chemical symbol - H) is in all acids. e.g. hydrochloric acid - HCl. Sulfuric acid - H2SO4. Nitric acid - HNO3.

Inorganic acids contain hydrogen. Organic acids contain the carboxyl group -COOH.

Sulfuric acid is a compound as are all acids.

The salts of sulfuric acids are called sulfates.

Sulfuric and Nitric acids

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