Car battery acid consists of 30 to 50 percent sulfuric acid in water with a mole fraction of 29 percent sulfuric acid. The density of the acid is about 1.25 kilograms per liter, and the pH level is about 0.8. More »

Battery acid spills can be neutralized using commercial spill kits, such as a J.T. Baker spill kit. A spill kit contains agents that can neutralize sulfuric acid, the acidic component of many car batteries, as well as ni... More »

Vinegar may be used to neutralize alkaline NiCad and manganese dioxide batteries. These batteries have alkaline electrolytes and are neutralized by weak acids. Vinegar should not be used to neutralize carbon-zinc or lead... More »

Battery acid is dangerous because it's just sulfuric acid diluted with water. The concentration of the sulfuric acid in batteries varies between brands, but on average, the concentration level is 37 percent. More »

A solution of 1 N sulfuric acid is prepared by obtaining 27.5 mL of concentrated sulfuric acid and diluting it up to 1 liter with distilled water. Ratio and proportion may be used to calculate the required mixture for a ... More »

Natural sources of sulfuric acid include volcanoes, forest fires and the decomposition of biological matter, but human beings produce more than 100 million tons of sulfuric acid every year. More sulfuric acid is produced... More »

Copper reacts with nitric acid and sulfuric acid. It reacts with cold, dilute nitric acid, but it requires heat and concentrated sulfuric acid to create a reaction. Copper does not react with most other acids. More »