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Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Sulphur Cycles

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    Oswald  E.
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    Oswald E.

    Just a correction: Burning of sulphur-containing fossil fuel generally does NOT generate hydrogen sulfphide gas but in excess of oxygen in the combustion process rather sulphur dioxide gas.

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    Oswald E.

    Concerning the second review question: asking for the nitrification process, the question is not correct! The incorporation of nitrogen into organic molecules is called "nitrogen assimilation" and not nitrification. However, the explanation of nitrification in the answer is correct.

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