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The term sulfates refer to a group of chemicals that come in the category of salts that are the derivatives of sulfuric acid. They are called by several names such as sulfurous anhydride, sulfurous oxide, and sulfurous acid anhydride. Sulfates may be found in the air, soil, and water. Sulfate salts in the air can react to form sulfuric acid, which is an irritant for the eyes, skin, and mucus membranes. Read more: What Is Sulfate Made Of? Article


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