sulfur oxide

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Noun1.sulfur oxide - any of several oxides of sulphur
oxide - any compound of oxygen with another element or a radical
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Awadh explained that the fuel burning process in the engines of cars cause the production of large quantities of sulfur oxide, which is considered as one of the main pollutants and causes many health issues, such as the irritation of the respiratory system, eyes and skin.
In 2017 alone, IPA's efforts cut 125 tons of nitrogen oxide, 0.2 tons of sulfur oxide, 2.2 tons of PM2.5 (particulate matters with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers or less)and 8,073 tons of carbon dioxide.
China and India are the world's largest coal burners so they emitted the most sulfur oxide that can cause acid rain and can harm foliage and ecosystems exposed to the oxides.
Phivolcs said sulfur oxide emission from the volcano's crater has consistently increased beyond the baseline level of 500 tonnes a day and exceeded 1,000 tonnes in some days since July.
He pointed out that production of such a large volume of euro-4 diesel fuel in these two refineries which are located in the country's mega cities has been planned in a move to help reduce environmental pollution, specially sulfur oxide, in Isfahan and Tehran.
The researchers detected two kinds of sulfur oxide, both of which contain radioactive sulfur-35.
European countries have decided to tighten regulations governing emissions of NOx and sulfur oxide (SOx) from thermal power plants from January 2016.
Biofuel engines are friendly to the environment as they reduce the emission of harmful sulfur oxide and particulate matter.
Since the program began in 2004, AMP noted that it has received over 50 vessel calls, eliminating more than 80 tons of pollutants, with an average reduction of 95 percent in nitrogen oxide (NOx), sulfur oxide (SOx) and particulate matter (PM) 10 per vessel call.
FuelCell Energy said it intends to donate emissions credits equivalent to 1,700 pounds of nitrogen oxide (NOx) reductions and 4,800 pounds of sulfur oxide (SOx), and other emissions reductions resulting from 1,170 megawatt (MW) hours of fuel cell-generated power from the company's Danbury and Torrington, CT plants.
Two of the biggest concerns when it comes to air emissions are the unseen nitrous oxide and sulfur oxide gases, which create acid rain and ozone pollution when released into the atmosphere.
Test results released in September 2003 by the Massachusetts Oilheat Council (MOC) and the National Oilheat Research Alliance found that a blend of 80 percent low-sulfur heating oil and B20 reduced sulfur oxide emissions by as much as 80 percent or more.