- Concentrated sulphuric acid as a dehydrating agent- (a) the dehydration of sugar (b) Copper (II) sulphate crystals.
Write the equation for the laboratory preparation of the following salts, using sulphuric acid.
Iron (II) sulphate from iron.
What would you observe in the following case :
Sugar crystals are added to hard glass test tube containing concentrated sulphuric acid.
Write the balanced chemical equation for the following conversion:
Copper sulphate from copper and concentrated sulphuric acid.
Give two balanced reactions of each type to show the following properties of sulphuric acid :