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Sulfur dioxide

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Sulfur dioxide

Molecular formula: O2S CAS# 7446-09-5
Categories: Oxide
Names
English:
Caswell No. 813
E 220
EINECS:231-195-2
Fermenicide liquid
Fermenicide powder
Fermenticide liquid
Schwefeldioxid
Sulfur dioxide(IUPAC) [Wiki]
Sulfur dioxide (SO2)
Sulfur oxide (SO2)
Sulfur superoxide
Sulfur(IV) oxide
Sulfurous acid anhydride
Sulfurous anhydride
Sulfurous oxide
Sulfuroxide
Sulfursuperoxide (6CI)
UN 1079
sulphur dioxide
Русский:
Оксид серы(IV)(IUPAC) [Wiki]
двуокись серы
диоксид серы
сернистый ангидрид
сернистый газ
German:
Schwefel(IV)-oxid
Schwefeldioxid [Wiki]
Schwefligsäureanhydrid
العربية:
ثنائي أكسيد الكبريت [Wiki]
Ελληνικά:
Διοξείδιο του θείου [Wiki]
French:
Anhydride sulfureux
Dioxyde de soufre [Wiki]
Oxyde de soufre
Oxyde sulfureux
हिन्दी:
सल्फर डाइआक्साइड
सल्फर डाइऑक्साइड [Wiki]
Italiano:
Anidride solforosa
Diossido di zolfo(IUPAC) [Wiki]
biossido di zolfo
ossido solforoso
日本語:
二酸化硫黄 [Wiki]
亜硫酸ガス
酸化硫黄(IV)
中文:
二氧化硫 [Wiki]
亚硫酸酐
Español:
Anhidruro del ácido sulfuroso
Anhídrido sulfuroso
Dióxido de azufre [Wiki]
Óxido de azufre (IV)
Português:
Dióxido de enxofre [Wiki]
anidrido sulfuroso

Variants of the formula:

SO2
O//S\\O
Elemental composition
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Symbol Element Atomic weight Number of atoms Mass percent

Reactions in which Sulfur dioxide is involved

  • 2H2S + 3O2 -> 2SO2 + 2H2O
  • 2SO2 + O2 <=> 2SO3
  • 4FeS2 + 11O2 "800^oC"--> 2Fe2O3 + 8SO2
  • H2SO3 -> H2O + SO2"|^"
  • SO2 + H2O <=> H2SO3