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Heron G, Barcelona MJ, Andersen ML, Christensen TH (1997) Determination of nonvolatile organic carbon in aquifer solids after carbonate removal by sulfurous acid.
The majority of methods use dilute sulfuric and/or sulfurous acid or simulated acid rain.
Second, sulfurous acid is always regarded as acid aseptic because it can consume the oxygen in the TCM issues and inhibit the bioactivity of necessary enzymes in microorganisms (Duan et al.
Because of the solubility of calcite in acid, limestone readily deteriorates when exposed to the nitric, sulfuric, and sulfurous acids in polluted air and precipitation.