Translation of carbon dioxide in Spanish:

carbon dioxide

anhídrido carbónico, n.

noun

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    anhídrido carbónico masculine
    bióxido de carbono masculine
    dióxido de carbono masculine
    to reduce carbon dioxide emissions disminuir las emisiones de anhídrido / bióxido / dióxido de carbono
    • If carbon dioxide is not absorbed in sufficient quantities, this will make global temperatures rise.
    • For example, plants give out oxygen and animals expel carbon dioxide and methane.
    • Using energy, mainly by burning fossil fuels, produces waste carbon dioxide.
    • So one huge mountain of this stuff in every mine and it's absorbing carbon dioxide.
    • This difference makes it possible for organisms to build up carbon compounds from carbon dioxide.
    • It does not produce any more carbon dioxide than the methane that we already have.
    • Air is made up of three main types of gases: oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen.
    • Partial pressures of ethylene and carbon dioxide were checked regularly during the treatments.
    • These can be used to tackle climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide, and also as a replacement for mineral oil.
    • Normally wine is protected from air during fermentation by the blanket of carbon dioxide produced.
    • A surprise inspection by the EPA found that we were releasing too much carbon dioxide into the air.
    • The second mechanism is keeping the already produced carbon dioxide through correct breathing.
    • It also accounts for over a quarter of a million tonnes of carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas.
    • It is the only beer in which carbon dioxide and nitrogen are present.
    • This fixed air is carbon dioxide, into which carbonates decompose when heated.
    • When harmful gases like carbon dioxide are released into the atmosphere they form a dense layer around the earth.
    • The carbon dioxide absorbed by the rape seed plants as they grow compensates for that produced when it burns.
    • Because we would be producing alcohol instead of carbon dioxide and lactic acid whenever we respired.
    • When carbon dioxide from the air combines with rainwater, a weak carbonic acid is formed.
    • Thus in severe exercise we exhale more carbon dioxide than the oxygen we absorb.