Sulfur dioxide emissions is dangerous to humans who inhale it. It can result in breathing problems in asthmatic people, and can eventually lead to respiratory illness and poor lung efficiency. As far as the environment, sulfur dioxide is one of the major precursors of acid rain and soot from the combustion of coal and other materials.
Exposure to sulfur dioxide ranging from 5min to 24 hours results in various respirtory problems like bronchoconstriction and asthma symptoms. High concentrations of sulfur dioxide can lead to the formation of fine particles of SOx which can penetrate deep into the lungs.
Sulfur dioxide is also partially responsible for the haze in the sky that clouds our view. Or ability to see clearly is reduced due to it.
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