Sulphuric Acid is the by-product of the reaction between water and sulfur trioxide. The chamber method, which involves combining sulfur dioxide and oxygen chemically, produces sulfur trioxide. Because of its great affinity for water, the pure chemical does not occur in nature. For various uses, it is provided at various concentrations. Sulphuric Acid is also known as hydrogen sulfate or oil of vitriol. In terms of commerce, it is one of the most significant chemicals. This is very effective and safe to use.