Uses: Sulphuric Acid typical products include beer, which is mostly used to flush out bottles to prevent mould. Also used to bleach linen and other products.
Has teratogenic properties, and is highly corrosive mostly used in industry
Banned in Australia
Description: Sulphuric acid was manufactured by the lead-chamber process until the mid-1930's, but this process has now been replaced by the contact process, involving the catalytic oxidation of sulphur dioxide.
The structure of sulphuric acid is considered to be a mixture of several rapidly inter converting equivalent forms.