Origin of carbonic acid
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What would have escaped up a chimney as carbonic-acid gas is confined here as a solid, and fire can yet liberate it.
The most amazing fact is that this "too, too solid flesh" of the tree body was all made of dirty water and carbonic-acid gas.
Plants take in carbonic-acid gas through their leaves, and send the oxygen back into the air ready for us to use again.
This is carbonic-acid gas, which is a poison and will destroy life.
The "Valley of Death," in the island of Java, is simply the crater of an extinct volcano, filled with carbonic-acid gas.One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed|C. A. Bogardus