- Apr 05, 2017 -
At room temperature, damp reactions exhalation of sulfur sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. In conditions of high temperature and catalyst, can be reduced by hydrogen sulfide and carbon monoxide into sulfur. Strong oxidant oxidation of sulfur dioxide to sulfur trioxide can be only in the presence of catalyst, oxygen for oxidation of sulfur dioxide to sulfur trioxide. Spontaneous, helpless flame. Liquid sulfur dioxide can dissolve such as amines, ethers, alcohols, phenols, aromatic hydrocarbons, organic acids and other organic compounds, most saturated hydrocarbon cannot dissolve. Have some water soluble with water and water vapor produced by toxic and corrosive vapors.