Carbon dioxide and water is formed because it mainly contains carbon, oxygen and hydrogen so if we put carbon and oxygen together we get carbon dioxide and when we put oxygen then we have h20 which is water.
Put carbon dioxide into lime water . If white deposit is produced, then it can be concluded that the gas is carbon dioxide . Vice versa.
Oxygen is needed for things to burn water and carbon dioxide contains oxygen both water and carbon dioxide are used to put out fires why?
that is the answer
When you put it in a cup of water it begins to fizz and the bubbles are carbon dioxide
Fish extract dissolved oxygen from the water by passing the water through their gill slits. Inside the gills is very thin tissue that can 'grab' oxygen right out of the water and put carbon dioxide waste into the water.
how you test for carbon dioxide is you get water and then put colourd in it and if it floats on top then you have tested it .
HYDROCARBON + OXYGEN Ü CARBON DIOXIDE + WATER
Water must flow with some regularity across the gills of fish for gas exchange to take place. This is essential if the fish is to stay alive. Oxygen is taken from the water by the gills, and carbon dioxide is put into the water. The gills of fish serve essentially the same function as the lungs of people.
it will evaporate in to carbon dioxide
Crayfish exchange gases through their gills, like many other fish. These gills filter water and pull out the dissolved oxygen, then put in the carbon dioxide.
Carbon dioxide gas is transparent and under normal conditions you do not see it. However, it does form visible bubbles in carbonated beverages. If you put frozen carbon dioxide ("dry ice") in water, the carbon dioxide that bubbles out of the water will look like fog, because it is very cold and causes moisture in the air to condense. But the fog will dissipate and the carbon dioxide will again become invisible.
Carbon dioxide gas is actually bubbled thru cold water until it reaches a saturation level. The colder the water the more carbon dioxide it can hold. In reality just cold tap water temperatures are used but the gas is applied at pressure. If you raise the pressure on the water (usually done in a pressure vessel) and bubble carbon dioxide thru it you can reach higher saturation levels of CO2 which will be retained long… Read More
They put out carbon dioxide and make new carbon dioxide it go's on and on
The combustion involved in burning of gasoline creates a few products. One being water vapor, the other being Carbon Dioxide [CO].
i believe it is through a process in witch they combine the water with carbon dioxide and then they put the syrup in and then you have soda
because there would have to be oxygen in the carbon dioxide to get the oxygen and carbon dioxide and oxygen put together make water because water is H2O (2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen) this answer is incorrect because there is oxygen in carbon dioxide or co2 ( one carbon two oxygen) The top answer is completely incorrect, there is oxygen in carbon (C) dioxide (O2). It is possible to separate the carbon from the oxygen… Read More
Burning gasoline releases the carbon dioxide.
Yes, Plants in closed ecosystems can survive by using the carbon dioxide in the water and making oxygen with it. However, organisms are needed to put carbon dioxide back into the water, so that the plant can oxygenate it again.
Yes, if your talking about plants, they take in water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight and put out oxygen which we breath and sugar which they consume.
Carbon dioxide can form carbonates when it react with a basic substance
The "fizz" is just dissolved carbon dioxide. All water that has not been specifically degassed has gases like oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide dissoved into them. The amount of gas dissolved in the water depends on a couple of things, like the solubility of the gas, the temperature of the water, and the pressure of the gas. If you want to dissolve more carbon dioxide in water the key is to crank up the pressure… Read More
methane + oxygen ---> water + carbon dioxide. Don't put an equal sign ! ( = )
A plant uses the sun's energy to turn water and carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen.
If you put water in a bowl light a match put it in the water and then put a glass over the water what will cause the water to get sucked into the glass?
When that happens it uses up all the oxygen and replaces it with co2 (carbon dioxide) and water and that what makes the sucking affect :)
Well I use carbon dioxide in my fire extinguisher. What do you use carbon dioxide, or to put it another way? In what do you use carbon dioxide? Humans breathe out carbon dioxide... Breathing it out is not exactly using it. That would be more like making it.
Yes, think of it this way: If you are in a room full of oxygen, you still need food and water to survive, right? Well the plant just breathes the carbon dioxide, but it will dehydrate just like us.
The fire will be extinguished. The better test for identifying carbon dioxide is to bubble the gas into lime water. Limewater will go cloudy because of chalk/limestone precipitation.
When you put dry ice (solid carbon dioxide, CO2) in hot water the ice is melted, changed in gas and this gas is released.
None. Leaves "breathe" in Carbon Dioxide, and put out Oxygen.
When carbon dioxide is bubbled through water, some of that carbon dioxide dissolves into the water. It then can react with the water to form carbonic acid. The formula for carbonic acid is H2CO3 (aq). Therefore, when carbon dioxide is bubbled through water, the solution becomes more acidic. If a solution becomes more acidic and contains a pH indicator, the indicator changes colour to show the pH of the solution. With Universal Indicator, this change… Read More
1. Carbon dioxide 2. Foam 3. Powder 4. Water
Oxygen Helium Natural Gas Carbon Dioxide Anesthetics Gas Carbon monoxide sulfur dioxide Neon Water Vapor You see, I HAVE to put it in kid terms because I AM a kid! We breathe in Oxygen, and we breathe out carbon dioxide, better known as Co2. Plants take in Co2 and produce oxygen.....and this is why we are lucky to have plants around!:)
When you put a jar over a burning candle in a tin pan with a little bit of water why does the water rise to take the place of oxygen burnt why not the carbon dioxide formed?
Nice question. The oxygen burn forms carbon dioxide,which is soluble in water being polar,so water rise up.It takes the place of CO2.
No you dont. Carbon dioxide contains 1 part carbon 2parts oxygen. You dont put out oxygen only carbon.
due to lack of carbon dioxide,water and maybe sunlight, the plant will die
Yes when you blow up a balloon manualy you put carbon dioxide into it when they inflate it at a store the put some helium in it and water balloons are inflated with water.
The use of fossil fuels has put carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. At the same time man has reduced the amount of forest available to remove and sequester carbon dioxide
A carbon dioxide fire extinguisher smothers a fire by depriving it of oxygen.
Answer one gallon of gasoline produces 19 pounds of carbon dioxide
Soft drinks are defined by this carbonation. Carbonated water, sweetener, and flavoring are key ingredients to sodas. The reason carbon dioxide is used, rather than oxygen or other gases, is due to its solubility in water. It attaches pretty decently to the molecules of water when given enough pressure, compared to other gasses.
An ethanol fire is extincted with carbon dioxide or solid chemicals extinguishers.
It's because a process called gas exchange has taken place in the fish's body. Oxygenated blood is pumped throughout the body, and the cells in the body take out oxygen and put in carbon dioxide (gas exchange). The blood returning to the heart of the fish is deoxygenated, and it will have to eventually go to the gills. There, the carbon dioxide (CO2) will get dumped into the water and oxygen (O2) will be picked… Read More
It is disolved air because it is contained in the water, and is not free air in the atmosphere. Most bubbles in water are carbon dioxide. In a carbonated drink, this carbon dioxide gas that is put in the water (or Coke) under pressure, when the pressure is released the bubbles form. Even in pond water, the bubbles are likely caused by some small animal.
Each gas has a different way of testing if it's present, for example if you put a glowing splint in oxygen, the splint should re-light, however if you put the splint in carbon dioxide, it should go out. If you put the splint in hydrogen, you should hear a squeaky pop. To test for chlorine, use a damp blue or red pH paper and put it into the gas, the gas should turn white. Another… Read More
It is because when manufacturers package the soda they put carbon dioxide in it under pressure, the bubbles you see is the pressurised carbon dioxide.
your mom does it
They take in carbon and put out oxygen