Sulfuric acid (data page)

Sulfuric acid (data page)

This page provides supplementary data on sulfuric acid.

Δf"H"0liquid -814 kJ/mol
"S"0liquid, 100 kPa 19 J/(mol·K)
Critical Point 925 K, 6.4 MPa


Ingestion Severe and permanent damage may result.
Inhalation Very dangerous, possibly fatal. Long-term effects not known.
Skin Causes burns.
Eyes Causes burns.

SI units were used where possible. Unless otherwise stated, standard conditions were used.

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