Chemistry of Gases Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: filtration : the first step when making potable water, potable : water that is safe to drink, chlorine : a substance used to sterilize fresh water, sulfur : _ dioxide gas is produced from the burning of contaminants in fossil fuels, carbon : a product of incomplete combustion which is considered a particulate, pure water : a pure compound made up of hydrogen and oxygen atoms chemically joined together, ammonia : a component of the early atmosphere that has an acrid smell, carbon capture : a method to reduce greenhouse gas emissions which could lead to the formation of minerals such as carbonates, particulate : small amounts of substances that are present in aerosol form, one type is pollen, monoxide : carbon _ gas that is produced from the combustion of octane with limited availability of oxygen, catalyst : a part that contains transition metals such as palladium, rhodium or platinum, footprint : carbon _ can be reduced if less fossil fuels are burnt, nitrogen oxides : produced in a car engine under high temperatures and considered an air pollutant, methane : a component of natural gas and part of the early atmosphere, greenhouse : _ gases are able to absorb infra-red radiations to a significant degree.