Is graphite a liquid fraction from petroleum?

Please explain.

I also have another question (multiple choice): When water is added to dilute sulphuric acid what could be the pH of the resulting solution?

A. 8


One Response to “Is graphite a liquid fraction from petroleum?”

  1. philhoonoseitall Says:

    Graphite is carbon.
    there is carbon in petroleum but we do not obtain carbon from petroleum, but we could if we wanted to.

    Sulphuric acid is PH 0.5.
    So adding it to water which is PH 7.0 can only lower the PH so it could be anything lower than 7.0

    It will not be 8.0