why is diesel exhaust so toxic to humans and the enviornment?
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may be the contents they contain bears some harmful or say v.reactive elements which react wid environment and makes some thing toxic which result our environment polluted
Becoz They contain harmful substances which r totally dangerous to our body.
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thanks Romania has alot of Diesel trucks and cars and I accidently stood in the exhaust of a car and I became very sick untill I returned to the US and consultated my doctor that told me they have very bad air quality which makes sense because I got allot better when I entered an oxygen fille airplane for the long trip home.
I may have just had a cold too not sure just seemed funny that I got better in the plane. "shurgs"
U should develop resistance to them. Because in India, these things r common. Being an asthma patient, I have developed resistance to those noxious fumes.
This is a list of chemical components that have been found in diesel exhaust.
Contaminant, acetaldehyde, acrolein, aniline,antimony compounds, arsenic, benzene, beryllium compounds, biphenyl, bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate,butadiene, cadmium, chlorine, chlorobenzene
dioxins and dibenzofurans
methyl ethyl ketone
polycyclic organic matter, including polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)
xylene isomers and mixtures: o-xylenes, m-xylenes, p-xylenes