sulphuric acid has been suggested and used for this purpose.
The sulphuric scent of a match tells me that the lamps are being lighted.
Piperine colours the sulphuric acid blood-red, and is turned dark-brown, almost black by the cerium oxide (Sonnenschein).
The principal use of pyrite is in the manufacture of sulphuric acid.
This is better effected by an acid such as sulphuric acid, or by a diastase.
The cables are insulated with rubber, upon which sulphuric acid has no effect.
The strength of sulphuric acid is most correctly ascertained by its power of saturating bases.
Sulphate of quinine is made by the use of sulphuric acid as a solvent.
sulphuric acid or sulphates is indicated by a soluble salt of barium throwing down a white precipitate insoluble in nitric acid.
Treated with sulphuric acids of concentration, (a) 92.1 grs.