sulfur trioxide

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sulfur trioxide

n.
A toxic corrosive liquid or solid, SO3, that reacts violently with water and produces dense white fumes upon contact with moist air, used as an oxidant and in the sulfonation of organic compounds.
Translations
anidride solforicatriossido di zolfo
svaveltrioxid
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