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While not likely easily created, other products with air, $\ce{CO2}$ and water, in the presence of an electrical source, are conceivable in my opinion. For example, there is some discussion around NAIs per this government source to quote: One of the examples is the negative ion generator using an ultraviolet source to irradiate electrically conductive ...


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Unfortunately this is not feasible Current catalytic converters are designed to remove noxious pollutants from exhausts. Things like carbon monoxide (poisonous) and nitrogen oxides (noxious and irritating). The trouble with doing this for carbon dioxide is fundamental. Carbon dioxide and water are the ultimate products of combustion of hydrocarbons because ...


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