What is the freezing point of sulfuric acid?

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asked Mar 28 in Other-Education by olitomk (310 points)
What is the freezing point of sulfuric acid?

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answered Mar 28 by Jasire (15,890 points)
Sulfuric Acid has a freezing point of around 37 F and below but once it gets to 37 F the Sulfuric Acid can freeze or begin to freeze.

The melting point of Sulfuric Acid is 50 F and above.

Car batteries use Lead Acid as well as Sulfuric acid so it takes much more lower temperatures for the acid to freeze when mixed together.

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