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The invisible killers, or What can we do against carbon oxides?

The invisible killers, or What can we do against carbon oxides?

In this lesson, you can learn about carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.

Chemistry

Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea

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Keywords

carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, dry ice, carbon, oxygen atom, covalent bond, climate change, respiration, combustion, slow combustion, poisoning, complete combustion, tökéletlen égés, limewater, dative bond, színpadi füst, szénalapú, molecule, wine cellar, stum, fermentation, photosynthesis, global warming, greenhouse effect, greenhouse gas, air pollution, fulladás, danger, chemical reaction, gas formation, formula, gas, boiling point, melting point, chemical equation, first aid, candle, experiment, mineral, volcanic, volcano, volcanic activity, organic material, chemical symbol, chemistry, biology, environmental protection

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