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Old 03-06-2006, 01:51 PM
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Question need sulfirc acid

i need a small amount of sulfirc acid for my project. i know thet batterys contain sulfirc acid but how can i get it out. and if u dont how can i make sulfirc acid.
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Talking Sulfuric Acid

First of all, are you sure your teacher allows you to use this for your project because it seems like a very dangerous chemical to work with... and no i don't think you can make sufuric acid.
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yes he does and nv mind a cemistery teacher gave me a diluted form of sufirrc acid
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By the way, only car batteries contain sulfuric acid.

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ummm yeah but i think u can buy it
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DO NOT MESS WITH CHEMICALS YOU'RE NOT FAMILIAR WITH

I know it sounds demeaning, but the sulfuric acid you're talking about is EXTREMELY dangerous. And if you want to get chemicals, always look towards buying them or borrowing some from your school. MAKE SURE that the process you're using to make them, if you choose to, USE A SAFE, CAREFUL, STANDARD, and PROTECTIVE PROCEDURE. STANDARD PROCEDURE.

Googles, gloves, and whatever else needed.

I am not kidding around. Thank goodness you got the diluted sulfuric acid from your teacher. (My father has a scar on his face till today because decades ago, some sulfuric acid splashed unto his face in the lab.) Now you know what I mean by dangerous.
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Hmmm... Sounds as dangerous as a jawbreaker that was left out in the sun still inside the wrapper. (saw a show about it. the things [I]exploded[I]!!!!) And besides, there's a bunch of other crud in batteries that you don't want to mess with. Why else would they make it impossible to open them?
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