What is the molar mass of c02?
44.01 g/molCarbon dioxide / Molar mass
What class laser is a CO2 laser?
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Lasers Information. Carbon dioxide lasers are gas lasers which emit infrared radiation.
What is the voltage of a CO2 laser tube?
Enhance your purchase
|Item Weight||2.2 Kilograms|
|Minimum Input Voltage||110 Volts|
What is CO2 used for?
Carbon dioxide is used as a refrigerant, in fire extinguishers, for inflating life rafts and life jackets, blasting coal, foaming rubber and plastics, promoting the growth of plants in greenhouses, immobilizing animals before slaughter, and in carbonated beverages.
How do you find the mass of CO2 produced?
To find the mass of carbon dioxide used, we can use the number of moles from the above equation, and the molecular weight of CO2 (= 44.009 g/mol). The mass of CO2 produced is 3.29*10^-3g.
What is the typical output power of a co2 laser?
Properties of Carbon-Dioxide Lasers
|power efficiency||order of 10%|
|accessible wavelengths||mostly around 10.6 μm with otherlines at 9-11 μm|
|wavelength tuning||quite limited|
|average output power||typically between 1 W and 50 kW|
How is laser power controlled?
Laser power control in digital transmission is composed of two power control loops. The first loop controls the average power transmitted from the laser. The second loop controls the peak power level.
Is CO2 harmful to humans?
Exposure to CO2 can produce a variety of health effects. These may include headaches, dizziness, restlessness, a tingling or pins or needles feeling, difficulty breathing, sweating, tiredness, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, coma, asphyxia, and convulsions.
Is CO2 poisonous?
CO2 is considered to be minimally toxic by inhalation. The primary health effects caused by CO2 are the result of its behavior as a simple asphyxiant. A simple asphyxiant is a gas which reduces or displaces the normal oxygen in breathing air. Symptoms of mild CO2 exposure may include headache and drowsiness.