Clean Air

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  • Created by: Sara
  • Created on: 16-09-14 18:45

In the air there is

  • 21% Oxygen
  • 78% Nitrogen
  • 0.035% Carbon Dioxide

The composition of the air can vary according to deforestation and population.

The high temperatures inside the combustion engine of a car allow nitrogen to react with the oxygen in the air because the temperature is above nitrogen's very high activation energy. This is the amount of energy that is needed for nitrogen to react, therefore, since the temperature is higher than this…


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