Yes Carbon dioxide as well as carbon monoxide are present in car exhaust. Carbon dioxide if of less concern the carbon monoxide. A catalytic converter is used to reduce the amount of these chemicals and is a device used to reduce the toxicity of emissions from an internal combustion engine. First widely introduced on series-production automobiles in the U.S. market for the 1975 model year to comply with tightening EPAregulations on auto exhaust, catalytic converters are still most commonly used in motor vehicle exhaust systems.
Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide are contained in car exhaust fumes. Carbon Monoxide is a toxic gas that if too much is breathed in, you die.
Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrous oxides, water vapor, oxygen, unburnt hydrocarbons,
car exhaust releases carbon dioxide because the gas has burned and it brings out carbon dioxide
Carbon from car exhaust fumes
exhaust fumes of a car
Fumes which are a byproduct of combustion within the engine block, most commonly Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide.
If Car exhaust fumes are mixed with any other gases it can be explosive.Answer:The exhaust from a combustion process generally have all of the combustible materials used up to form carbon dioxide and water. Neither of these are explosive. Like ashes from a fire (which are not combustible) gases of combustion are not explosive.
Car exhaust fumes produce nitrogen, carbon dioxide and a bit of water vapour. The most toxic part of car gas fumes is carbon monoxide. Factories can also produce carbon monoxide but most of the gas waste is from hydrocarbon gases and nitrogen oxides.
Yes, carbon dioxide and water mostly. Some carbon monoxide too, usually.
Carbon Dioxide and Water.
it is found in my car exhaust fumes and under rocks Edit: Carbon can be found in many typical things including: Car exhaust, ashes, diamonds*, etc. *diamonds are a form of carbon itself.
No who, but what. All internal combustion engines emit exhaust fumes.
if it is the exhaust manifold ,yes. if your breathing in those exhaust fumes you can get carbon monoxide poisoning
it has fumes because when you drive your car is burning the petrol/diesel you fill up with which results in it producing nitrogen, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides.
It is a natural product of the combustion of gasoline.
your exhaust may be jammed
Yes, you can if you breath the exhaust fumes in an enclosed space where fresh air is not available.
CO2 or Carbon Dioxide from the gasoline being emitted from the car exhaust.
exhaust is pretty easy to smell. If you smell it, then you likely do, also check the rear end of the car for possible places where the exhaust can get into. a battery powered carbon monoxide detector will also work