The common name for H2SO4 is sulfuric acid. This chemical compound is also sometimes referred to as vitriol oil or battery acid. Sulfuric acid is an odorless and oily liquid.
Some physical properties of sulfuric acid are its molecular weight is 98.07 grams per mole, and its density is 1.8302 grams per cubic centimeter. This compound has a boiling point of nearly 644 degrees Fahrenheit, and its melting point is approximately 50.6 degrees F.
Sulfuric is a very corrosive and irritating agent that can cause health problems if it makes contact with the skin, eyes or is inhaled. This substance can cause skin blisters and burns. If inhaled, this acid can cause irritation to the throat and breathing problems.