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Doctor insights on: Carbon Smell

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I have a smell in my nose like carbon dioxide ?

I have a smell in my nose like carbon dioxide
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Carbon dioxide: is odorless. A characteristic smell is added to natural gas for home utilities, so be sure to take appropriate precautions if you are in your home. Unusual smells can also be an early warning sign of stroke, but this phenomenon is generally short lived and more apparent symptoms ensue. ...Read more

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Contain 3.0*10^18 atoms of carbon. How many atoms of hydrogen does this sample contain?

depends: There are many different molecular forms of carbon and hydrogen connection. The amount of hydrogen can be almost zero such as in diamond and graphite and as much as 2 * 10 to the 19th in methane. Other carbon hydrogen molecules will have same amount in between. ...Read more

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Is taking active carbon, simeticone and febuxostat everyday ( on daily basis) bad for health?

Is taking active carbon, simeticone and febuxostat  everyday ( on daily basis)  bad for health?

Carbon Dating: Is that 'activated' carbon or just charcoal pills?Sounds like you may have some sort of stomach problem in addition to gout. Well,if that 'carbon' is'activated'(check the label)it's probably latching-on to the febuxostat so it won't be absorbed by the stomach. Therefore you are not getting much of it into your system. Better check with the doctor who prescribed the febuxostat -and watch your diet! ...Read more

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Why i stop having nightsweats after carbon excess dioxide has been removed to my body? im in a ecu that day. is that the cause?

Why i stop having nightsweats after carbon excess  dioxide  has been removed to my body? im in  a ecu  that day. is that the cause?

Stay with it!: You need to call or see your doctors for these answers. I would need medical records of your recent conditions before I could help. ...Read more

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When is carbon monoxide formed?

When is carbon monoxide formed?

Incomplete combustio: Generally, it's formed from incomplete combustion of fossil fuels. In chemistry, a hydrocarbon should burn in oxygen to carbon dioxide and water. However, other by-products may form such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen, and sulfur containing compounds. Carbon monoxide is dangerous because it preferentially and more tightly binds to hemoglobin molecules than oxygen. Cells can't use co so they die. ...Read more

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How much carbon monoxide is lethal?

How much carbon monoxide is lethal?

50%: This varies, but 50% would be lethal for most people. However, small children, an unborn child, and elderly would be more susceptible to lower doses. Carbon monoxide binds to blood cells causing caboxyhemoglobin which makes the red cell unable to oxygenate. At 10 to 15 % most people will be symptomatic- headache, fatigue, flu like symptoms. As the perecentage increases so do the symptoms. ...Read more

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Does carbon monoxide accumulate in the body?

Does carbon monoxide accumulate in the body?

CO2: Once removed from the carbon monoxide containing environment, there will be a gradual release of the gas over time. It will only accumulate if you remain in the contaminated environment. ...Read more

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Is there a possible way to detect carbon monoxide?

CO Detector: Carbon monoxide (co) is colorless, odorless, and lethal in adequate concentrations. It requires a specific detector, most of which are independent from a traditional "smoke detector, " but some brands are combination units. They are strongly encouraged for sleeping areas. ...Read more