It produces more carbon monoxide.
mostly carbon monoxide, some carbon dioxide, and some water vapor
Yes, in the form of CO2 (carbon dioxide), CO (carbon monoxide) and other carbon emissions, including more or less pure carbon.
carbon monoxide is a rich indicator, if you are producing too much, you have a fuel system problem.
Sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide and fuel emissions.
Carbon Monoxide is the most common gas emitted from a car.
Make frequent ventilation, use appropriate heating systems, mount a carbon monoxide detector.
HC hydrocarbons CO carbon monoxide NOx oxides of nitrogen
of course we breathe out carbon dioxide not carbon monoxide
There is no important source of carbon monoxide that contributes to the greenhouse effect. Carbon monoxide makes an insignificant contribution. If the question should read "Carbon dioxide" then see the related question below. ^He is right^ But the answer Novanet is looking for is Vehicles Stupid Novanet Grad Point answer: Vehicles
Some examples of pollutants include carbon monoxide (carbon emissions into the air) and lead emissions into water sources. Most of the lead and metallic substances that end up in the river streams are from industrial processes.
Yes it is part of the emissions system. It turns exhaust into lower emissions by burning any unburnt exhaust gases thus reducing unwanted emissions and Carbon Monoxide.
Hydro carbons, oxides of nitrogen and carbon monoxide. HC, NOx, and CO
Carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, tar, and many other pollutants.
Soda does not have any amounts of carbon monoxide. It has carbon dioxide dissolved in it, but no carbon monoxide.
No. Carbon monoxide and carbon monoxide are different substances with different properties.
No. You can't get Cancer from Carbon Monoxide. You die from Carbon Monoxide instantly.
It does not contain carbon monoxide, but it will likely produce carbon monoxide when burned.
no that is carbon dioxide,carbon monoxide is CO
Vehicle exhaust is mostly carbon dioxide, with a little water, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, and nitrogen oxides. This answer deals with the carbon dioxide content only.Sixteen percent (16%) of human carbon dioxide greenhouse gas emissions comes from road transport (cars, trucks and buses). Cars are responsible for about half of this (8%).Humans are responsible for around 35 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every year.Car emissions, 8% of that total, is around 2.8 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (2,800,000,000).
Carbon monoxide has no pH.
oxygen and carbon
Carbon monoxide is colourless
carbon monoxide is a gas