Renggli, Christian; King, Penelope; Henley, Richard; Guagliardo, P.; McMorrow, Linda; Middleton, Jill; Turner, Michael
Sulfur dioxide [SO2(g)] is the most abundant sulfur-bearing volcanic gas species on Earth. From its magmatic origin at depth to expulsion at the surface via either persistent degassing or large explosive volcanic eruptions, SO2(g) interacts with silicate materials at elevated temperatures. Similar high-temperature reactions also occur in the volcanic systems and the atmospheres of Venus, the Galilean moon Io, and in Mars’ past, as well in industrial flue-gas processing. We present an...[Show more]
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