Most of the time when you have an acid or other dangerous chemical, it is relatively easy to neutralize it. That can be done in many different ways, for sulfuric acid adding baking soda or sodium hydroxide will do the trick. MSDS also has sheets on most chemicals, which includes how to safely dispose of them
Yeah, the actual chemical equation for sulfuric acid is H2SO4. Just hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur, which all occur naturally. Once you neutralize the acidity, you’re left with some (usually relatively) harmless salts.
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