This initial diozide of carbon into organic compounds is known as carbon fixation. In this situation CO 2 application is limited. They fed plants water containing O 18but because O 18 is not a radioactive isotope of the most common form of oxygen, O 16they used a mass spectrometer to determine the fate of the O
The boiler must be equipped with a flue gas condenser specifically designed for this purpose Plate 2. The problem lies in geologic time spans. I think we can do that to O3, I looked it somewhere, but what about other two? Chlorophyll fluorescence of photosystem II can measure the light reaction, and Infrared gas analyzers can measure the dark reaction. The cost of generation and distribution as well as the cost of the fuel are the key factors that must be considered. I know this is not about plants but just wanted to find out:use a CO2 Gas Sensor to measure the amount of carbon dioxide consumed or produced by determine the rate of respiration and photosynthesis of a plant. Plants need carbon dioxide for the photosynthesis process. Intake. Humans and animals exhale carbon dioxide as a byproduct of respiration. Carbon dioxide in photosynthesis. Plants get carbon dioxide from the air through their leaves. The carbon dioxide diffuses through small holes in the underside.