carbonic acid gas

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The carbonic acid gas is produced from the combustion of coke.

The products of the combustion are water and carbonic acid gas.

The ebullition is due mainly to the emission of carbonic acid gas.

They obtain it chiefly from the air, in the form of carbonic acid gas.

What becomes of the carbonic acid gas which is produced by combustion?

What is the effect of carbonic acid gas upon the human system?

Because carbonic acid gas is forced into the water by pressure.

From carbonic acid gas passed over fragments of charcoal, heated to redness in a tube of porcelain or iron.

Carbonic acid gas resulting from explosion of air and fire-damp (light carbonetted hydrogen) in coal mines.

Carbonic acid gas and nitrous oxide; occasionally used in phthisis, by means of a bladder and mouth-piece.

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