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an oxide containing just one atom of oxygen in the molecule

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"When microbial cells are starved of their preferred energy sources, one way they subsist is by scavenging gases such as carbon monoxide," said Paul Cordero, the co-lead author of the study.
Public health company The US Food and Drug Administration Thursday approved the marketing of its new ClearMate device for the quick removal of carbon monoxide from the body under its De Novo premarket review pathway.
Following an investigation and taking into account the medical tests, the fire service said there had not been a gas leak at the home and that the family had fallen ill from carbon monoxide poisoning produced by the fireplace and a gas heater.
Seniors Vulnerable Along with infants, older adults are at greatest risk from carbon monoxide. Mount Sinai social worker Sheila Barton, LCSW, points to medical and economic reasons.
His daughter, Emma Jackson-Phillips, an English teacher at Maesteg Comprehensive School, is now campaigning for awareness on the dangers posed by carbon monoxide - at home and away.
Federal safety officials have cited an Illinois pallet manufacturer for exposing employees unsafe levels of carbon monoxide in the workplace.
New research from the Carbon Monoxide - Be Alarmed!
With temperatures expected to drop even further this week, Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) is raising awareness of the dangers of burning wood or charcoal indoors or in an enclosed space because of the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning from the gas that is released when these are burnt.
The figures, released on Thursday (January 18), show that in 2009 firefighters attended 207 carbon monoxide or CO-related incidents, whereas in 2017 the Brigade was called out 569 times.
THERE are 50 fatal carbon monoxide (CO) incidents and more than 200 people hospitalised with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning every year in the UK.
Ford's troubles with its Explorer SUVs and carbon monoxide continued with Massachusetts police saying Wednesday the officer who passed out while driving the cruiser and crashed in Auburn, tested positive for exposure to the gas.
The chemists have engineered a molecule that uses light or electricity to convert the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide -- a carbon-neutral fuel source -- more efficiently than any other method of "carbon reduction." "If you can create an efficient enough molecule for this reaction, it will produce energy that is free and storable in the form of fuels," said Li, associate professor in the IU Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences' Department of Chemistry.
MILLIONS of British homes don't have a carbon monoxide alarm and if yours is one of them it could be putting you and your family at risk Potentially deadly carbon monoxide is created when a fuel (gas, oil, solid fuels, etc) isn't burning correctly and is usually - although not exclusively - emitted from faulty gas boilers, fires and cookers.
PRODUCT OF THE WEEK THE FireAngel CO-9D Digital LCD Carbon Monoxide Alarm (PS22.49, Screwfix, screwfix.com) has a sealed-for-life battery designed to last seven years.