Exhaust gas

Exhaust gas is the gas discharged from an engine after combustion. Fossil fuels, such as gasoline and diesel fuel, combine with atmospheric gases in engines, and combust to generate power. Pre-combustion combines fuel with oxygen and gases in the atmosphere and changes it into other substances.
These are mainly composed of the following five components.
① CO2 (carbon dioxide)
(2) CO (carbon monoxide)
(3) HC (hydrocarbons)
(4) NOx (nitrogen oxides)
(5) PM (particulate matter) and black smoke

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