sulfur trioxide


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sul·fur tri·ox·ide

SO3; forms sulfuric acid, H2SO4, by its reaction with water.
Synonym(s): sulfuric oxide
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The polymerization of sulfur trioxide gives rise to three solid polymeric modifications (Scheme 7) (24).
Coalition uses 10-20% sulfur trioxide gas, recycles the unused portion, and neutralizes with calcium, which becomes incorporated into the sulfonated surface.
A small electrical current is applied to the cell, setting off a series of electrochemical reactions and causing the sulfur trioxide to travel from the top of the cell, through the electrolytic membrane that comprises the middle layer, and down to the anode at the bottom of the sandwich.
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