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sulfuric acid

Colorless, oily, very viscous and highly corrosive acid with the international name Dihydrogensulfat. She may not be related sulphurous acid be confused by loosening sulfur dioxide originated in water (wine). By oxidation sulphurous acid forms sulfuric acid. An addition of sulfuric acid to wine is prohibited in principle. A wine is considered to be spoiled if it contains more than 0.92 grams per liter of sulfuric acid or its salts (sulphates). Sulfuric acid can also be due to poor hygiene in the dry preservation from barrels arise and then causes the wine defect Schwefelsäurefirn, See also below sulfur,

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