- Unexpected culprit causes scary air pollution in China
although it accounts for only 7% of the total area of global agricultural land, china uses more than one third of the world's nitrogen fertilizer.
- The dish containing liquid nitrogen punctured the baby's stomach
a 12-year-old boy in south korea became the latest victim of refrigerated liquid nitrogen food, reported on august 3.
- Collect nitrogen fertilizer from the air
synthetic fertilizer for plants is a major source of pollution. this effect is even more pronounced when the fertilizer dissolves and dissolves into the water source.
- What happens if you fall into a liquid nitrogen tank?
immersed in an environment with temperatures above -196 degrees c, the outcome to the victim will be really catastrophic. the only lucky thing is that the pain only lasts for a few seconds, before they lose all consciousness!
- Advantages and disadvantages when pumping tires with nitrogen
most cars pump air tires, containing 76% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and 3% other gases. however, now many stores offer new services, pumping tires with nitrogen of 92-98% purity.
- The broad and serious impact of air pollution in the United States
if you are living in the eastern united states, your surroundings are being ruined by air pollution. a new report from the cary institute of ecological and natural protection research found that air pollution is reducing the value of all fish.
- Europe strongly opposes 'invisible killer'
the european commission (ec) has planned new air quality control laws to combat air pollution.
- Testing dropping a liquid nitrogen tank into water: What happened next surprised everyone!
if you are a fan of home tests, this is an interesting test for you. all you need is a pool, a camera that can spin underwater or a drone and a bottle of liquid nitrogen.
- Paradox named nitrogen
scientists once again set up an alarm about new harms to global climate and humanity. it is nitrogen, an extremely necessary element for life.
- Controversy about plants that cause lung cancer
after years of doubt and controversy, scientists at the university of north carolina claim that plants can also pollute the air, affecting human health, due to the effects of nitrogen oxide.
- Discover how liquid nitrogen destroys everything
when objects freeze due to liquid nitrogen, the particles inside them move much more slowly and the space between the particles almost disappears.
- Discover a new source of atmospheric pollution
according to nature, european researchers have discovered a source of pollution so far unknown that releases nitrogen acid, a gas that contributes to the fog on sunny cities. .
- Air pollution increases traffic accidents
according to london university of economics, air pollution is considered to be the cause of hundreds of car accidents each year.
- Air pollution can change the structure of the heart
breathing in a cubic meter of pm2.5 dust contaminated in the air or just breathing every 10 micrograms per cubic meter of nitrogen dioxide (no2) will increase the heart structure by about 1%.
- The 'strange' thing happens when gasoline and liquid nitrogen meet
liquid nitrogen is a very unique chemical from which many interesting experiments can be made that you will see soon.
- China's 'export' of pollution to the United States
dirty waste from chinese exports surpassed the pacific to contribute to pollution in the united states.
- Forest fire and ozone pollution
a new study concludes that forest fires can push ozone pollution to levels that exceed us health standards.
- Nitrogen fixation: relationship between plants and bacteria (Part 1)
the air is almost a joke. nothing can resist oxygen but 78% of the air is nitrogen. nitrogen is often the source of life on earth and is a source of nutrition that determines how much things grow, where they grow. v
- Artworks made of liquid nitrogen
with incense sticks and liquid nitrogen, mehmet ozgur, a turkish-born photographer, has created amazing works of art.
- Scientists absolutely warn against raising octopus
the reason given is that the environmental impacts that octopus will create.
- The risk of cold burn from cloudy ice cream, smoke snack
two snacks are making the young people excited and the liquid nitrogen component is potentially dangerous if they don't know how to use it.
- Young scientist died freezing in the laboratory because he was too eager to work
a 32-year-old hiv disease scientist lingers in the laboratory to complete the freezing of blood samples in liquid nitrogen.
- Types of environmental pollution and effective remedies
environmental pollution is the most concerned issue today. polluted environment can cause many dangerous consequences for human health.
- Testing liquid nitrogen into coca directly on television, female reporters almost lost their lives
last november, the science teacher and youtuber jacob strickling appeared on the television show
- Gas in the TV screen is more toxic than coal vapor
nitrogen trifluoride (nf3) is commonly used in the tv industry 17,000 times more carbon dioxide (co2) and has an annual production of 4,000 tons.
- Fine dust, polluted air make memory decline horrible how?
researchers at the university of warwick, uk, found that human memory is severely impaired when living in areas with fine dust (pm10) and high nitrogen dioxide (no2).
- The process of nitrogen loss is taking place seriously in the Arabian Sea
marine microbiologists from max planck research institute, germany, and colleagues have discovered that the process of denitrifying bacteria is the main pathway to the loss of serious nitrogen in the arabian sea. arabic.
- Pollution caused by vehicle smoke: The leading cause of eye diseases
research shows that people who are regularly exposed to car exhaust are at high risk of eye diseases, macular degeneration.
- Air pollution causes 7 million deaths
in a recent announcement, who estimated that in 2012, there were 7 million deaths related to global air pollution.
- Nitrogen pollutants in seawater threaten the atmosphere
an international team of scientists, led by professor of oceanography and atmospheric science robert duce of texas a&m university, concluded that a large amount of nitrogen compounds - released into the atmosphere during the process burning fuel