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[*] posted on 20-5-2008 at 23:25

Propane, C3H8, is rich in hydrogen, an element which burns to steam, H2O. SO3 isolation will be problematic at best, but the SO2 could be seperated and ran through other processes.

If all the gasses were collected and compressed, you'd get quite a bit of acidic water (H2SO3 / H2SO4), whatever SO2 was produced, and CO2, either in solution or gaseous. Probably moderate fractionation would be necessary to seperate them...


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[*] posted on 21-5-2008 at 20:40

I forgot to attach the article I cited, I believe it dealt with some of the points you raised regarding the potential output

[Edited on 21-5-2008 by LSD25]

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