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13 Carbon Monoxide

Part 2. Combustion Diagnostics and Pollutants

  1. David Belcher

Published Online: 15 JUL 2010

DOI: 10.1002/9783527628148.hoc033

Handbook of Combustion

Handbook of Combustion

How to Cite

Belcher, D. 2010. Carbon Monoxide. Handbook of Combustion. 2:13:357–374.

Author Information

  1. Winchester College Science School, Chemistry Department, Winchester, Hampshire, UK

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 JUL 2010

Abstract

The sections in this article are

  • 13.1
    Introduction and Key Physical Properties [1-4]
  • 13.2
    Bonding and Structure [2, 5-8]
  • 13.3
    Carbon Monoxide in the Research Laboratory and in Coordination Chemistry [2, 8]
  • 13.4
    Commercial Uses of Carbon Monoxide [2, 10]
    • 13.4.1
      Gas Production
    • 13.4.2
      Petrochemical/Polymer Production
    • 13.4.3
      The Refinement of Nickel
  • 13.5
    Carbon Monoxide in Everyday Life: Its Consequences and Side Effects, Detection, and Elimination [1, 2]
    • 13.5.1
      Biological Effects of CO
    • 13.5.2
      Vehicular Production of CO
    • 13.5.3
      Catalytic Converters
    • 13.5.4
      Industrial Applications of CO
    • 13.5.5
      Smoking and CO
    • 13.5.6
      Domestic Appliances and CO Detection
  • 13.6
    Outlook
  • 13.7
    Summary

Keywords:

  • Carbon monoxide;
  • petrochemicals;
  • refining;
  • organometallic;
  • pollutant;
  • toxicity;
  • detection