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because sulphuric acid is completely ionize in water


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The concentrated sulfuric acid should be diluted to prepare diluted sulfuric acid. The water should not be added directly as the tremendous heat would cause an explosion. Firstly, a desired amount of water should be added to a beaker of similar apparatus. Then it should be followed with the addition of the concentrated acid drop wise.

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.

Examples: diluted, concentrated, fumans.

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

No sulfuric acid will not fizz with copper. It would only react with copper if it was not diluted, or concentrated and hot.

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.

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.

Sulphuric acid should be diluted by adding acid to water while stirring continuously.

Yes, concentrated sulfuric acid is a liquid.

When the concentration is considered, concentrated acid contains more molecules than the dilute acid. It is only one way to measure the strength. If we consider the reactivity with the absence of water and moisture, dilute sulfuric acid is more reactive than the concentrated acid.

By diluting the concentrated sulphuric acid accordingly.

By diluting the concentrated sulphuric acid with distilled water.

This statement is true regarding to surroundings without any water and moisture. In the dilute acid solutions, the sulfuric acid molecules are been ionized into hydrogen ions and sulfate ions. The 'free' protons can easily combine with any other substance. Whereas, concentrated sulfuric acid is not ionized it is not possible to release protons.

Concentrated sulfuric acid is stronger and more acidic than an equal concentration of acetic acid.Sulfuric acid is considered a strong acid because it dissociates completely in water, whereas acetic acid is considered a weak acid because it does not dissociate completely in water.See the Related Questions link to the left for more information about strong and weak acids.

is concentrated sulphuric acid toxic

Concentrated sulfuric acid might, but dilute sulfuric acid does not corrode copper.

In concentrated sulfuric acid usually about 1%

A diluted formula of sulfuric acid.

Sulfuric acid is:NOT muriatic acid, 'cause that is the old name for hydrochloric acid (HCl)strongly oxidizing ONLY when concentrated, not in diluted form![Don't know about 'met', don't use acronyms]

That will be sulfuric acid. Take care, because concentrated solutions of sulfuric acid can cause severe tissue damage if spilt onto the skin, and can boil, explode or become extremely hot when diluted with water. Sulfuric acid is the acid in lead-acid (car) batteries, and is available from auto-stores.

It slowly absorbs moisture (water molecules) from air and becomes diluted with the passage of time.

diluted acid is less concentrated i.e. it is mixed with water and a less harmful(like sulphuric acid.) whereas concentrated acid is in its original form...

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