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The liquid form of Sulfuric Acid is transparent, colourless to brown, and odourless. It is used in the manufacture of medicines, fertilisers, paper goods, textiles, explosives, storage batteries, and steel and iron. Sulfuric Acid is a powerful, corrosive chemical. The main source of sulphur dioxide utilised to create sulfuric acid is the burning of elemental sulphur.

When something is corrosive, it has the potential to burn severely and cause tissue damage when it comes into touch with skin or mucous membranes. Acid rain and battery acid both include Sulfuric Acid. The main disadvantage of sulphur when applied to plants may be its diverse effects on various enzyme systems.

Sulfuric Acid is thought to be the by-product of citrus fruit peels' chemical reaction with sulphur. It is believed that sulphur-burn is brought on by both high air temperatures and Sulfuric Acid. In the chemical production of several chemical compounds, including active medicinal components, it serves as a solvent.

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