No. Carbon dioxide is very different from sulfur dioxide.
Any relation between carbon dioxide and these chemical elements.
sulfur dioxide is made up of sulfur,carbon, and oxygen
Volcanos release sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, and ash to the atmosphere at the same time
It is an example for a combustion reaction. The matchstick contains sulfur and carbon. Therefore two of the products would be sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide.
CO2 AND SO2 - dioxide is two oxygen atoms.
Iron, Nickel, Nitrogen, Sulfur, Sulfur Dioxide, Carbon Dioxide. Source = School!
Carbon cannot be converted into sulfur dioxide.Carbon burns in air to form carbon dioxide.Sulfur burns in air to form sulfur dioxide.A possible source of confusion is that coal, which is mostly carbon, can release sulfur dioxide when burned because it often contains impurities of sulfur.