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How much CO2 is imitted from 1 ton of burning tire?

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Around 3 pounds of CO2 are emitted by open air burning of one pound of tire.


Burning one 20lb tire releases 60lbs of CO2.



it look's like 950 g/kWh for gas is the CO2 figure.



1 ha contains 200-500 tonnes of Biomass about 50% of which is carbon. Burning probably releases 2/3 of carbon as CO2. Burning around 40,000ha would therefore release 0.5Mt as CO2. 1 mt= 10*6tonnes



Carcoal is pure carbon. Burning 12 grams gives 44 grams of carbon dioxide.


CO2 get back into the atmosphere from organisms' respiration, burning of fossil fuels, burning of anything (combustion), etc.


Carbon dioxide is the product for burning reaction of kerosene.


No. CO2 is a product of combustion. If the concept that LeChatelier proposed is used, the CO2 actually gets in the way of the combustion reaction (burning).



It depends on how much electricity it is using. Most electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels, which produces carbon dioxide.


Burning one gallon of gasoline produces approximately 16 pounds of CO2 and 7.25 pounds of water.


The burning of fossil fuels adds CO2 to the atmosphere.The carbon cycle adds and removes CO2.


No, burning biomass does not contribute to global warming.Biomass (burning of plant material) does add carbon dioxide (CO2) to the atmosphere, but it is CO2 that was recently taken out of the atmosphere (when the plants were growing) so this is not extra CO2. Burning biomass then is part of the natural carbon cycle which moves CO2 in and out of the atmosphere.The carbon dioxide that comes from burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) was taken out of the atmosphere millions of years ago, so releasing it now is adding extra CO2 (and causing global warming).This is why biomass is renewable energy and much better than fossil fuels.


The reaction is: C + O2 = CO2 The volume (or the mass) of the released carbon dioxide depends on the concentration of carbon in charcoal; this is very variable.


It depends on how much electricity it is using. Most electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels, which produces carbon dioxide.


It depends on how much electricity it is using. Most electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels, which produces carbon dioxide.


You can't express that reaction because there isn't one: as CO2 is a well-known fire extinguishing agent, if you put a burning splint in CO2 the splint will go out. And the reason it will go out is CO2 displaces oxygen, which splints need to burn.



Most CO2 is produced through rotting vegetation or other natural processes. Man produces CO2 through the burning of fuels.


it will smell and cause co2 there happy



It os burning with oxygen.Products are water and CO2



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