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Siegell, J. H. et al. Correlation estimates FCC unit sulfuric acid emissions . Oil and Gas Journal, 9 February 2004, 102(6) p.

A new correlation estimates the amount of sulfuric acid emissions in FCC flue-gas streams based on the amount of SO2 formed in the unit. The correlation focuses on the SO2 to SO3 conversion expected in FCC units. FCC units are a potential source of H2SO4 emissions but few published sources contain a reliable estimate of these emissions.

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