sulphurous acid

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sulphurous acid

n
(Elements & Compounds) an unstable acid produced when sulphur dioxide dissolves in water: used as a preservative for food and a bleaching agent. Formula: H2SO3. Systematic name: sulphuric(IV) acid
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Translations
schweflige Säure