Translation of carbon monoxide in Spanish:

carbon monoxide

monóxido de carbono, n.


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    monóxido de carbono masculine
    • Other trace gases include methane, nitrous oxide, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, and ozone.
    • Obvious examples are water, methane, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and sulphur dioxide.
    • It's only trees that sequester carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide from the polluted air.
    • No filtration is proposed for the emissions that would include carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and lead.
    • Food waste is turned into hydrogen, methane and carbon monoxide by the heat of the exhaust.
    • The cells worked well initially, but any traces of carbon monoxide in the hydrogen fuel quickly poisoned the catalyst.
    • Methylene chloride is converted into carbon monoxide when we breathe it in.
    • Burning of the blends also reduced carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide emissions.
    • The researchers said it was not certain carbon monoxide and ozone were directly causing the defects.
    • This produces one molecule of biliverdin and one molecule of carbon monoxide.
    • The official cause of death was given as poisoning by carbon monoxide, said to have come from a gas heater of Iranian origin.
    • When you are no longer exposed every day to nicotine, carbon monoxide, tar and other poisons, your body begins to repair the damage.
    • Initial reports suggested he had died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
    • When you misuse gas appliances in this way, they can produce fatal amounts of carbon monoxide.
    • Here, breathe some carbon monoxide, it will make you feel all funny inside and you will throw up!
    • The company claims they burn brighter than sawdust logs and produce less carbon monoxide.
    • The tests measure the amount of carbon monoxide you breathe out.
    • Earlier nicotine, carbon monoxide and tar were considered most harmful.
    • Automotive emissions are a major source of ozone and carbon monoxide pollution.
    • Tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide are the major components of cigarettes.