For the oil
Mineral oil has a density of around 0.8 g/cm3, "good" crude oil of around 0.8 - 0,83 g/cm3 and "heavy" crude oil is above 0,92 g/cm3
Crude oil consists (by weight) of 83% to 87% carbon.
One barrel is about 159 liters. Assuming a density of 0,85g/cm3 for our oil we would end up with 135 kg of oil, which contains on the higher end (87% carbon) 118 kg of carbon.
For the carbon dioxide:
Carbon Standard atomic weight: 12.0107(+/- 0.00008) gÂ·molâˆ’1
Oxygen Standard atomic weight: 15.9994(+/- 0.00003) gÂ·molâˆ’1
Lets say: Carbon = 12 and 2 x Oxygen = 2 x 16 = 32 => Total: 44
(12/44 = 27.27% of Carbon in CO2)
Assuming that all the carbon will find its oxygen to form CO2, that would be 433 kg of carbon dioxide.
With above assumptions:
1 barrel of oil could produce 433 kg of carbon dioxide.
(Ignoring all other side products)
it look's like 950 g/kWh for gas is the CO2 figure.
approx 1.96 kg CO2/m3 methane
Usually, it is CO2
CO2 and CO
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is produced by planes because CO2 is a result of the fuel burning.
Most CO2 is produced through rotting vegetation or other natural processes. Man produces CO2 through the burning of fuels.
the more energy produced the more CO2 is produced
5 grams co2
Yes, it is true.
Water (H2O) and Carbon dioxide (CO2)
By the trees breathing. lol the leaves take in CO2 and release O2. Also burning of fossil fuels etc..
44 grams of CO2 (1 mol CO2 from 1 mol C if enough oxygen, air, is available)
2.6 Kg of CO2
Around 3 pounds of CO2 are emitted by open air burning of one pound of tire.
Taking coal to contain 50 percent carbon, which combines with oxygen during burning to form CO2, we can arrive at 1.83 kg CO2 for every 1 kg of coal burned. Another way to put it, taking the efficiency of power stations into account, is that 950 grams of CO2 is evolved for every KWh of electricity produced. Note that for natural gas it is more like 600 g per KWh for natural gas powered plants.
It goes into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. The heat produced by burning fuel comes from forming the carbon-oxygen chemical bonds that creates CO2.
Carbon dioxide, with the formula CO2, is a colorless and odorless gas produced by burning carbon or respiration. The 2 in CO2 represents the number of oxygen atoms present in the compound.
Carbohydrates are burning inside. it will form CO2and energy.
The products produced when burning methane (CH4) are carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O).
1.3 mole C2H2 will produce 2.6 mole CO2, weighting 2.6(mol) x 44 (g/mol) = 114 g CO2
Burning magnesium reacts with co2. As a result white powders of magnesium oxide is produced along with black particle of carbon. 2Mg+Co2=2MgO+C.
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
one of the products of burning is co2