- Battery acid
- Electrolyte acid
- Hydrogen sulfate
- Oil of vitriol
- Vitriol, Oil of
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- found: Hawley's cond. chem. dict. (sulfuric acid (hydrogen sulfate, battery acid, electrolyte acid); by far the most widely used industrial chemical; oleum: the Latin word for oil, applied to fuming sulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid was originally called oil of vitriol.)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2007-08-22: revised
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