Carbon Monoxide - The chemically complementary gas

As the versatile element which forms the basis for all organic chemistry, carbon has two important inorganic oxides. Carbon dioxide is perhaps the more renowned of the two, while carbon monoxide only ever seems to be in the news when it has killed someone.

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