Recent Examples of monoxide from the Web
Modern scientists continue to pour scorn on the idea, attributing sightings to carbon-monoxide poisoning and sleep paralysis.
Terryn Wilson, 7, Lakeland Terryn died Wednesday from carbon-monoxide intoxication at her home, where a generator was running inside after Hurricane Irma, a medical examiner said.
During a home visit, an inquiry is made regarding the smoke and carbon-monoxide detector.
In the photos taken at the scene, red spots covered Conrad's nose and mouth, telltale signs of carbon-monoxide poisoning.
Stack tests check for emissions rates of carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, particulate matter, mercury, nitrogen dioxide, and/or volatile organic compounds, depending upon the type of facility.
Gas Range Carbon monoxide poisoning is a serious risk—
City officials suspected the cause was carbon monoxide leaking from the exhaust system.
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Origin and Etymology of monoxide
First Known Use: 1868See Words from the same year
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