The processes of condensation of sulfur trioxide SO3 and water vapor H2O. Sulfuric anhydride is formed in flues of thermal power plants (TPP) by partial oxidation of SO2 (up to 5 % of the total SO2) from the combustion of high-sulfur fuels, and belongs to a class of mild-hazard products. Sulfuric anhydride in the interaction with water vapor, which refers to greenhouse gases, under certain conditions, it forms sulfuric acid.
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