Why is battery acid so corrosive?



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    Battery acid is sulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid has a great affinity for water that it will pull the hydrogen and oxygen atoms from other compounds making it very corrosive on materials. It pulls the atoms it wants and the heat created leaves burns on anything else.

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