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Yes, the body creates carbon dioxide. It uses glucose and oxygen and converts them into carbon dioxide and water, releasing energy in the process (which is what drivesthe body).
Fossil fuel mixes with pressure to create carbon dioxide, water, and heat. This process takes millions of years to create which severally limits the prolonged usage of fossil fuels.
because plants create oxygen from carbon dioxide in the air. they do this because they require the carbon to grow.
It will not absorb it but will congeal with it to create a sticky mess!
When you burn coal in air you create carbon dioxide. I hopethis was helpful.
Acid rain is created by sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and carbon dioxide.
Carbon dioxide create the carbonic acid - H2CO3.
Water would be the compound, as it is formed of one oxygen atom bonded to two hydrogen atoms. When you aerate the water, you dissolve atmospheric air (which itself is a mixture of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water vapor and other minor gases) into the water to create a mixture of water and air.
The gas that is necessary for photosynthesis is carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide has a chemical reaction with the water and sunlight to create glucose.
Many organic chemicals when combusted in oxygen can create Carbon dioxide and water
Animal and plants create carbon dioxide when they perform cellular respiration. Decaying vegetation forms carbon dioxide through fermentation, wherein fungi oxidize carbohydrates.
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Carbon and nitrogen are examples.
The gas to create bubbles in the cola is carbon dioxide.
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