What happens when:
1.Suphuric acid is added to water.
2.Water is added to Suphuric Acid.
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Sulfuric acid reacts with water vigorously and its exothermic so when you add water to a conc acid then due to heat generated water water starts boiling and spilling out.....it can be hazardous..
It's very hazardous. If you actually do this, make sure it is in a fume hood AND pour the water in small increments over a time interval. Additionally, make sure you're using the proper glass ware as it's quite exothermic as stated by someone previously and can easily shatter the glass due to the high heat exerted by the reaction.
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Water is less dense than sulfuric acid, so if you pour water on the acid, the reaction occurs on top of the liquid. If you add the acid to the water, it sinks and any wild and crazy reactions have to get through the water or beaker to get to you