What is Smell of sulfur dioxide gas?
Sulphur dioxide, also known as rotten egg gas, smells like (surprise, surprise) rotten eggs.
No, sulfur is an element and sulfur dioxide is a gaseous compound. Sulfur dioxide is the combustion product of sulfur in an oxygen atmosphere (S+O2 --> SO2) Where sulfur is an element, sulfur dioxide is a compound and where sulfur is an insoluble yellow solid, sulfur dioxide is a colorless soluble gas.
Sulfur dioxide is a gas. It is invisible and has a nasty, sharp smell. It reacts easily with other substances to form harmful compounds, such as sulfuric acid, sulfurous acid and sulfate particles. About 99% of the sulfur dioxide in air comes from human sources. The main source of sulfur dioxide in the air is industrial activity that processes materials that contain sulfur, eg the generation of electricity from coal, oil or gas that contains…
What is the chemical equation to sulfur dioxide when it reacts with oxygen gas to produce sulfur trioxide gas?
Brimstone is an ancient name for sulfur that means '' burning stone ''. Sulfur, or sulphur, is the nonmetal element number 16. Pure sulfur is bright yellow in color, and its compound sulphur dioxide (which has a disagreeable smell) is added to odorless methane (natural gas) so that people can detect gas leaks.