Strontium sulfate is the strontium salt of sulfuric acid (H2SO4). Its molecular formula is SrSO4, and its molar mass is 183.68 grams per mole. It is a white crystalline substance with a density of 3.96 grams per cubic ce... More »

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Cesium sulfate is a compound formed by grouping two cesium ions, two oxygen atoms, two oxygen ions and one sulfur atom. It's usually found as a cesium salt compound with a chemical formula of Cs2SO4. More »

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Gallium sulfate is an inorganic compound with a molar mass of 427.63 grams. It has the chemical formula Ga2(SO4)3 and is comprised of two gallium atoms bonded to three sulfate ions. The overall charge of the compound is ... More »

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The product of SO3 and H2O is H2SO4, also known as sulfuric acid, an important industrial chemical. The combination of gaseous SO3, also known as sulfur trioxide, and liquid water produces a violent exothermic reaction. More »

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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. More »

Magnesium readily reacts with sulfuric acid and forms hydrogen gas bubbles and aqueous magnesium sulfate after the reactants are consumed. The easiest way to see this reaction is to take a test tube of sulfuric acid and ... More »

Dihydrogen sulfate or H2SO4 is a rarely used chemical name for sulfuric acid. Although the term is technically correct, most sources of chemical information only list the acid under its common name. More »