Is carbon monoxide a form of gas?
Carbon monoxide is toxic because it binds very tightly with haemoglobin to form carboxyhaemoglobin, thus inhibiting the oxygen carrying property of haemoglobin which is supposed to form oxyhaemoglobin reversibly with oxygen. Thus it can kill us as oxygen cannot be transported in our red blood cells. Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless gas, so it is a good idea to have a carbon monoxide detector in places where this gas may be emitted.
Carbon monoxide is not usually called a greenhouse gas. It does absorb infrared radiation and trap heat in the atmosphere, which is the definition of a greenhouse gas, but carbon monoxide is very reactive and soluble, so its molecules do not remain in the atmosphere for any significant time. Carbon Dioxide is a serious greenhouse gas, not Carbon Monoxide.
Not carbon monoxide detectors required but gas detector (natural gas & LPG ) or combined gas detector including carbon monoxide are required in all residential apartments. It is to avoid gas leakage in kitchen or somewhere. Another answer: Check the local laws in your area. Carbon monoxide detectors are not usually required in residential apartments, nor are gas detectors.
if you want to purify carbon monoxide, at first you'll need to create high pressure and temperature. then in that atmosphere let carbon monoxide react with oxygen. .... the carbon monoxide will turn into carbon Di oxide..then you can simply purify carbon Di oxide. - - - - - Pure carbon monoxide is an important industrial gas, and the easiest way to make absolutely pure CO is to heat solid carbon to over 800 degrees…