Carbon monoxide can come from power generation (Power plants), transportation (Cars, trucks, etc.), industrial sources (Factories), chemical production (Factories or power plants), petroleum production (Factories or power plants), and agriculture practices (If cow manure is used, or gas, coal, or natural gas is burned).
Health and Carbon Monoxide
Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
When inhaled, the carbon monoxide would make the person drowsy and tired. Later on, the person would pass out. They were just unconscious, so the person would continue to inhale the gas, and they continue to breathe the carbon monoxide in until they died. Carbon monoxide killed you because it interferes with how the blood delivers oxygen to the tissues, since the carbon monoxide attaches itself to the hemoglobin within the blood. The cause of death would be chemical asphyxiation, which is lack of oxygen due to a chemical cause.
Carbon Monoxide special Fact
Carbon monoxide may sound that it may be denser than the oxygen we breathe in, but in reality, the oxygen we breathe in is actually denser.
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