acid gases

acid gases

[′as·əd ′gas·əz]
(chemical engineering)
The hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide found in natural and refinery gases which, when combined with moisture, form corrosive acids; known as sour gases when hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans are present.
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Quantity - 1,800 Mg of sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) to the flue gas cleaning (in particular for the removal of acid gases, ie.
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