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a heavy odorless colorless gas formed during respiration and by the decomposition of organic substances

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This would not measurably alter atmospheric carbon dioxide content, nor change the weather.
The department also gathers samples of tobacco products which it then has analysed in laboratories to determine the tar, nicotine and carbon dioxide content.
said the bubbles are now being analyzed for their carbon dioxide content.
However, the question about the low temperature of the atmosphere of Mars notwithstanding its high carbon dioxide content appeared sincere and deserves a serious answer.
Our Green Doc, Prof Paul Younger, replies: "The notion of paying for activities that reduce the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere (either by removing it or preventing its release) is generally known as "off-setting".
The data can also be interpreted that the temperature rises, then the carbon dioxide content increases.
2) The air's carbon dioxide content has increased by approximately a third during the last 200 years.
A mother's exhaled breath, high in carbon dioxide, is blown into an infant's face, increasing the carbon dioxide content in the infant's environment.
Once proved commercially viable, it will be suitable for gas fields with a high carbon dioxide content, many of which are found in Southeast Asia, they said.
The fully automatic, TGC in-line oxygen analyzer from PBI Dansensor monitors every package of MAP foods to determine oxygen or oxygen and carbon dioxide content.
The fully automatic, TGC in-line oxygen analyzer helps processors capture consumer appeal for MAP foods with 100% monitoring of every package to determine oxygen or oxygen and carbon dioxide content.
Wheat beers have an aroma of cloves and a freshness from the high carbon dioxide content that makes it ideal for a spring drink," says brewmaster Luxhoj.
It has a high carbon dioxide content which explains its freshness of presentation given the vintage and characteristics of this grape variety.
But the other main idea from the US -- massive planting of forests to help reduce the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere -- is surely worth consideration as part of global policy.
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