Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is a potent mineral acid that has a wide variety of industrial uses. It has a strong smell and is an oily, colourless liquid at room temperature. Sulfuric acid, one of the most vital and often manufactured chemicals on the planet, is largely employed in the production of fertilisers such ammonium sulphate and superphosphate. It is a crucial part of the manufacturing process for chemicals, detergents, and dyes. In addition, sulfuric acid is essential for the processing of metals, the manufacture of batteries, and the refining of crude oil. Due to its caustic nature, it necessitates careful handling and adherence to safety protocols in order to guarantee worker protection and prevent accidents.