CO2 is toxic in higher concentrations: 1% (10,000 ppm) will make some people feel drowsy.
Carbon Dioxide can kill you if you have too much but the body produces carbon dioxide when you breath out.
To check if there is too much carbon dioxide in a given area because it can kill you
First, all of the plants would die out. Plants need carbon dioxide to survive. Second, carbon dioxide helps keep our planet warm, and without carbon dioxide the planet would be much colder. Too much carbon dioxide, though, increases the planet's temperature. Third, there would be no soda. The bubbles in the soda that raise are actually carbon dioxide.
How can we measure carbon dioxide.
Carbon Dioxide is acidic. Too much of carbon dioxide causes global warming.
Carbon dioxide isn't harmful to breath. It would be a problem if it displaced the oxygen and you suffocated.
Air contains oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and other compounds. We take carbon dioxide into our lungs all the time, but our lungs keep the oxygen. However, if you were in a room with ONLY carbon dioxide, you would die--not from carbon dioxide per se, but from lack of oxygen.
Dry ice is solid form of carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide will not kill you unless there is a sufficent amount present to replace the oxygen in the air around you. This will result in death by suffocation or asphyxiation.
yes because to much of any thing is bad for that living thing and the greenhouse gas will kill that tree
if plants get to much carbon dioxide they die
There is carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. It keeps the earth warm. But too much of it is causing global warming.
If the concentration is too high, it has displaced too much oxygen, and even though carbon dioxide is not poisonous it will still kill you because of lack of oxygen.