Definitions for "SO2"
(Sulphur dioxide) Sulphur dioxide is formed when sulphur-containing fuels such as oil and coal are burned. Sulphur dioxide contributes to the acidification of soil and water. Abbreviations and conversion table for units of measurement
Sulpur Dioxide
A strong smelling, colorless gas that is formed by the combustion of fossil fuels. Power plants, which may use coal or oil high in sulfur content, can be major sources of SO2. SO2 and other sulfur oxides contribute to the problem of acid deposition. SO2 is a criteria pollutant.
Keywords:  soe, wwii, special, operational
Special Operations 2 - Operational, of SOE (WWII)