How the greenhouse gas Nitrous Oxide is decomposed | Science Codex
Nitrous oxide is a harmful climate gas. Its effect as a greenhouse gas is 300 times stronger than that of carbon dioxide.
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#1 Aug 23, 2011
Science has really advanced. After all that CO2 stuff, our brainiacs have JUST discovered Nitrous Oxide!
This is really old news. I wonder why it is relevant now? I'm gonna take a guess it is because the CO2 scare is gone so they need a new one.
#2 Aug 23, 2011
OK, I confess that SOME of the information in the article is new.:-)
What is interesting though, is that for "Joe Sixpack consumption, the phrase "greenhouse gas" had to be inserted into the title.
BTW, greenhouse gases are GOOD. Ask anyone on Mars how much they would like some. Water vapor for starters.:-)
#3 Aug 23, 2011
Yes, old news but new understanding makes it more exact like details of Cu plus S involvement.
Its relevance is beyond our imagination at his point. We shall see....
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