I have this semi obscure reagent called sulfamic acid and I can find barely any info on it, best source of docs I've been using are from sciencemadness.
The problem is as follows: I'm trying to get sulfuric acid from said sulfamic acid.
In other words:
How do I turn this fucker
Into this fucker?
Please, no electrolysis or chlorine gas method; one I'm too based to setup, the other generates NCl3 and I don't want my lab to blow up.
My current idea was oxidizing away the ammonia under the acid's zwitterionic form with NaClO3 (from boiled bleach/javel or matches at worst) but that didn't work at all.
I do have some iodic acid but the quantities are probably of under 50ml 10%. Using nitrous acid or nitric is also out of the question,and NaClO reacts do give N,- chlorosulfamates according to wiki, which sounds like a good way to get cancer and no sulfuric acid. Also, i tried the urea-decomposition method, doesnt works below 100 Celsius for sure.
My sulfamic acid is between 5 to 15% for some fucking reason but I can probably boil it down to its powdered form.
Someone help. I've been thinking of using hydrogen peroxide in a dash of madness but I don't know if I have the strength to use something such a strong oxidizer on such a (relatively) strong reducer.