Gas A, which is the major cause of global warming, combines with hydrogen oxide B in nature in the presence of an environmental factor C and a green material D to form a six carbon organic compounds E and a gas F. The gas F is necessary for breathing.
(a) What is gas A?
(b) What is the common name of B?
(c) What do you think could be C?
(d) What is material D? Where is it found?
(e) Name the organic compound E.
(f) What is gas F? Name the natural process during which it is released.
(a) Gas A is carbon dioxide (CO2), which is the main cause of global warming.
(b) Common name of B is water (H2O).
(c) C is the sunlight, an environmental factor that helps in photosynthesis process.
(d) Material D is chlorophyll. It is a green material found in leaves of plants.
(e) Organic compound E is glucose (C6H12O6).
(f) Gas F is oxygen (O2) gas, which is necessary for breathing. It is released naturally during photosynthesis.
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