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sul·fu·ric

(sŭl-fyū'rik),
Related to sulfuric acid.
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'Outotec's expertise in the minerals processing and metallurgical plants as well as track record as the leading provider of sulfuric acid technology with more than 600 plants delivered worldwide were important aspects to winning the contract.
As can be seen the maximum production yield was achieved at temperature of 298K and sulfuric acid concentration of 80 percent but under this condition the sugar production to sulfuric acid consumption ratio is very low rendering the process uneconomic.
The surface morphology of mild steel specimens in 1 N sulfuric acid in the absence and presence of the extract of Artocarpus heterophyllus was studied using scanning electron microscope model number Hitachi SU 1500.
Once the circuit is etched, the resist must be removed by using peroxymonosulfuric acid (produced by mixing sulfuric acid with hydrogen peroxide).
With the exception of the Intertidal Hydrosols in which the Histic-Sulfidic Great Group appears first followed by the Sulfidic Great Group with no Sulfuric Great Group, Sulfuric Great Groups precede Sulfidic in all Subgroups.
The Ultra Proline piping system for water and wastewater plants is made of HALAR, the only thermoplastic material resistant to 98% sulfuric acid.
Why does the list include fuming sulfuric acid but not sulfuric acid?
Eight people were taken to hospital Saturday night after inhaling sulfuric acid leaked from a plastic bottle on a Shinkansen bullet train, police said.
The stuff coming from the battery can be as harmful as sulfuric acid and it will burn you if left on your skin.
The polyvalent acid is selected from the group consisting of phosphoric acid, derivatives of phosphoric acid, sulfuric acid, derivatives of sulfuric acid and boric acid.
The organic acids needed are more expensive than the cheap and abundant hydrochloric and sulfuric acid that is currently used with hexavalent chrome.
Toxic sulfuric acid fumes leaked from a smelter in the northeastern Japan city of Akita on Friday night, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage, fire department officials said.