Difference between carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide ???
Asked by Molaypaul700 | 10th Feb, 2020, 10:32: PM
Carbon dioxide has one carbon and two oxygen. Carbon monoxide has one carbon and one oxygen atom. Carbon dioxide non-toxic and present in the atmosphere naturally and it is excreted out by the animals and humans. Carbon mono-oxide does not occur naturally in the atmosphere, it is a non-toxic gas which is produced by incomplete combustion of organic compounds. Carbon dioxide is non-flammable gas and Carbon mono oxide is flammable.
Answered by Ravi | 11th Feb, 2020, 06:43: PM
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