There are several different "Oxides of Nitrogen" commonly formed in a internal combustion engine.
In laymen's language: Nitrogen will not normally bond with oxygen.
Modern engines burn fuel and Air at very very high temperatures and pressures. When Oxygen and Nitrogen are subjected to this the Oxides are formed.
The way they stop this is by Adding a little Exhaust gas to the intake air, this lowers the `Peak Burn Temperatures` just enough to reduce this. The diesel truck `DEF` fluid system does this also
If you need a scientist to explain the chemistry state that you need that type explination
Steam engines and steam pumps performed and still perform any jobs presently performed by internal combustion engines, or electric motors. Except aircraft engines, (they and the necessary boilers are too heavy to fly). Locomotives, pumping, generating electricity, automobiles, industrial machinery...etc..
Bacteria are important because they perform the essential processes of the nitrogen cycle such as ammonification, nitrogen fixation, and nitrification.
Certain plants like clover, soybeans, alfalfa, lupines, peanuts, and rooibos can perform nitrogen fixation.
Bacteria and plant roots perform nitrogen fixation, which allows plants to use the nitrogen. Nitrogen is used in cells to build proteins and DNA. However, plants get their nitrogen as "nutrients" in the soil.
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There is nitrogen in the atmosphere but it is not useable to plants. So certain types of bacteria make the nitrogen useable to the plants, in order for them to perform photosynthesis.
depends what u mean...there r actual modifications for cars called "cold air intakes" in theory, the colder the air, the better the engine will perform bcoz the air is more dense and so more oxygen molecules in it. this is where nitrous comes in.....the actual nitrogen doesnt burn, but it is an extremely cold gas and simply "sprays" in more oxygen
The role of bacteria in the Nitrogen Cycle is to perform biological nitrogen fixation. This process is an important part of the Nitrogen Cycle because it converts oxygen into ammonia that plants are then able to use.
Plants called legumes. Actually it is the bacteria that reside in nodules contained in the legume's roots that perform the 'nitrogen fixation' biochemical process.
It eats insects so it can get nitrogen because it lives in an area where nitrogen is not abundant in the soil.
The organisms that perform nitrogen fixation are called diazotrophs. Examples of these organisms are bacteria, actinobacteria, and certain types of anaerobic bacteria.