The raw material for sulphuric acid production is elemental sulphur, which is produced during the processing of fossil raw materials. Sulphur recovery is becoming more and more important due to falling emission limits and is usually realised using the Claus process. 90 % of the sulphur thus obtained is converted to sulphuric acid, which is one of the most technically important and highly produced basic chemicals, and is used to a great extent in fertiliser production.
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