Sulfuric acid 98% [7664-93-9] Sulfuric acid is used in various industries. Among other things, for the production of other acids, for the production of dyes, artificial fibers, explosives, fertilizers. It is also used to clean oils, kerosene, paraffin and to dry gases. It is used for the production of detergents, medicines and as electrolyte in lead batteries. Is often used reagent in laboratories and in organic synthesis for sulfonation and during nitration.
Content 98.0 ± 1%
Density (20ºC) approx. 1.836 g / cm3
Roasting residue max. 0.001%
Chlorides (Cl) max. 0.001%%
Nitrates (NO3) max. 0.0002%
Subst. edited by KMnO4 max. 0.0003%
Ammonium salts (NH4) max. 0.0003%
Arsenic (As) max. 0.000005%
Bar (Ba) max. 0.00005%
Chrome (Cr) max. 0.00005%
Zinc (Zn) max. 0.00005%
Aluminum (Al) max. 0.0001%
Cadmium (Cd) max. 0.00005%
Magnesium (Mg) max. 0.0002%%
Iron (Fe) max. 0.0001%
Nickel (Ni) max. 0.00005%
Heavy metals (Pb) max. 0.0002%
Lead (Pb) max. 0.0002%
Manganese (Mn) max. 0.00005%
Calcium (Ca) max. 0.00005%
Appearance colorless, clear, oily liquid
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