vitriolic$90644$ - Übersetzung nach Englisch
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vitriolic$90644$ - Übersetzung nach Englisch

CHEMICAL COMPOUND
Potassium sulphate; Glaserite; K2SO4; Sulfate of potash; K₂SO₄; Arcanum duplicatum; Potassium Sulphate; E515; Dipotassium sulfate; K2O4S; Glaser's salt; Vitriolic tartar; Salt of Lemen; Sulphate of potash

vitriolic      
adj. vitriolisch, Vitriol-; (bildlich) bissig, sarkastisch
sulfuric acid         
  • An experiment that demonstrates the dehydration properties of concentrated sulfuric acid. When concentrated sulfuric acid comes into contact with [[sucrose]], slow carbonification of the sucrose takes place. The reaction is accompanied by the evolution of gaseous products that contribute to the formation of the foamy carbon pillar that rises above the beaker.
  • Acidic [[drain cleaner]]s usually contain sulfuric acid at a high concentration which turns a piece of [[pH paper]] red and chars it instantly, demonstrating both the strong acidic nature and dehydrating property.
  • An acidic [[drain cleaner]] can be used to dissolve grease, hair and even tissue paper inside water pipes.
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  • [[John Dalton]]'s 1808 sulfuric acid molecule shows a central [[sulfur]] atom bonded to three oxygen atoms, or [[sulfur trioxide]], the [[anhydride]] of sulfuric acid.
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  • Rio Tinto]] with its highly acidic water
  • D]]F in place of HF. (see text)
  • Nitrile glove exposed to drops of 98% sulfuric acid for 10 minutes
  • Sulfuric acid production in 2000
  • Superficial chemical burn caused by two 98% sulfuric acid splashes (forearm skin)
  • Drops of 98% sulfuric acid char a piece of tissue paper instantly. Carbon is left after the dehydration reaction staining the paper black.
  • Drops of concentrated sulfuric acid rapidly decompose a piece of cotton towel by dehydration.
Schwefelsäure (starke Säure die organische Substanzen angreift, Säure die in der Industrie und Raffination eingesetzt wird)
sulphuric acid         
  • An experiment that demonstrates the dehydration properties of concentrated sulfuric acid. When concentrated sulfuric acid comes into contact with [[sucrose]], slow carbonification of the sucrose takes place. The reaction is accompanied by the evolution of gaseous products that contribute to the formation of the foamy carbon pillar that rises above the beaker.
  • Acidic [[drain cleaner]]s usually contain sulfuric acid at a high concentration which turns a piece of [[pH paper]] red and chars it instantly, demonstrating both the strong acidic nature and dehydrating property.
  • An acidic [[drain cleaner]] can be used to dissolve grease, hair and even tissue paper inside water pipes.
  • 250px
  • [[John Dalton]]'s 1808 sulfuric acid molecule shows a central [[sulfur]] atom bonded to three oxygen atoms, or [[sulfur trioxide]], the [[anhydride]] of sulfuric acid.
  • 70px
  • 70px
  • Rio Tinto]] with its highly acidic water
  • D]]F in place of HF. (see text)
  • Nitrile glove exposed to drops of 98% sulfuric acid for 10 minutes
  • Sulfuric acid production in 2000
  • Superficial chemical burn caused by two 98% sulfuric acid splashes (forearm skin)
  • Drops of 98% sulfuric acid char a piece of tissue paper instantly. Carbon is left after the dehydration reaction staining the paper black.
  • Drops of concentrated sulfuric acid rapidly decompose a piece of cotton towel by dehydration.
Schwefelsäure (starke Säure die organische Substanzen angreift, Säure die in der Industrie und Raffination eingesetzt wird)

Definition

sulphuric acid
Note: in AM, use 'sulfuric acid'
Sulphuric acid is a colourless, oily, and very powerful acid.
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Wikipedia

Potassium sulfate

Potassium sulfate (US) or potassium sulphate (UK), also called sulphate of potash (SOP), arcanite, or archaically potash of sulfur, is the inorganic compound with formula K2SO4, a white water-soluble solid. It is commonly used in fertilizers, providing both potassium and sulfur.