Why do you not test sulfates with sulfuric acid?
I think it's because sulfate is the salt of sulfuric acid. They both have the same ions, therefore have no reaction. Its like adding sulfuric acid to sulfuric acid.
No. = phosphates = is a salt or ester of phosphoric acid.A fertilizer containing phosphorus compounds.A soda fountain drink made by blending carbonated water with flavored syrup. WHILE = sulfates = is a chemical compound containing the bivalent group SO4. To treat or react with sulfuric acid or a sulfate. Any of numerous inorganic and organic chemical compounds related to sulfuric acid.
These chemicals enter the air and mix with drops of rain a chemicalreaction occurs what powerful acids are producedby mixing these chemicals with rainwater?
No. Sulfur is one of the chemical elements. Its a fairly soft yellow substance. There are many sulfates. Each of them is a combination, or chemical compound, of sulfuric acid with some other substance, often a metal. For instance, epsom salts is magnesium sulfate the sulfuric acid 'salt' of the metal magnesium.