Carbon monoxide safety catalyst

Carbon monoxide safety catalyst

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Credit: NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Carbon monoxide safety catalyst. Hands displaying a device invented at NASA's Langley Research Center, USA, to improve carbon monoxide safety. This deadly gas can kill is boilers are no maintained safely. This device uses a new class of low-temperature oxidation catalysts to convert carbon monoxide to non-toxic carbon dioxide at room temperature. It also removes formaldehyde from the air. The catalysts resulted from research on carbon dioxide lasers. Photographed in 2010.

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