Sulphuric Acid (also known as H2SO4) belongs to sulfo group and is mainly used in industrial sector and has a number of large-scale essential uses such as in the production of phosphoric acid , as a pickling agent for iron and steel, as a component of lead storage batteries, in water treatment, and in the production of textile fibers, detergents, and in the manufacture of other chemicals.
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Sulphur dioxide can be oxidized to sulphuric acid by a process that involves contacting the SO2 with an aqueous scrubbing solution of sulphuric acid containing hydrogen peroxide in a gas-liquid contacting device in which the liquid scrubbing phase is made the continuous phase during the actual contacting.
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