sulfuric acid uses:
Production of chemical fertilizers, oil refining, chemical industries (antifreeze, insecticides, pharmaceuticals, aluminum regeneration), iron and steel industry, synthetic cleaners, acidification of oil wells, separation of low-grade copper, uranium extraction and synthetic adhesives) (Colored nylon, writing ink and preparation of TiO2 from ilmenite) Synthetic silk and film (silk fabrics, yarn around tires and photographic films) Paper industry (paper napkins, newspapers, cardboard boxes, writing paper and other cardboard) Explosives And… is consumed. Also in the process of anodizing aluminum, different concentrations of this acid are used as electrolytes.
Sulfuric acid is a dangerous substance. This chemical is corrosive and reactive in the list of substances that have special risks in terms of physical health.
Observe sulfuric acid safety tips:
Contact with this substance can cause severe irritation and burns to the skin and eyes, which can lead to eye damage and even blindness.
Inhalation of sulfuric acid can irritate the nasal and pharyngeal mucosa.
Inhalation of sulfuric acid can cause coughing or shortness of breath by stimulating the lungs.
At higher levels, exposure to this substance can cause lung dehydration (pulmonary edema), which is a medical emergency associated with severe shortness of breath.