What are the harmful products formed by the burning of coal and diesel?
- Carbon dioxide (CO2)
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Burning fossil fuels like gasoline has emissions of carbon dioxide and water.
By incomplete combustion, carbon monoxide can be formed which is extremely harmful. Very low percentages of carbon monoxide can kill. By complete combustion, carbon dioxide can be formed which is a greenhouse gas.
The principal components are water and carbon dioxide; but also carbon monoxide, nitrogen and sulfur oxides, unburned carbon microparticlec.
Carbon dioxide, water, sulfur dioxide
Products are the new substances formed as a result of a chemical reaction. The burning of a candle is an example of a chemical reaction.
When ethanol is burnt, a number of products are formed. They are carbon dioxide, heat, water and Nitrous Oxide which is harmful.
Reactants are the starting materials, and products are the materials formed at the end of the reaction. Reactants are found on the left side of a chemical equation, and products are those on the right side of the equation.
Whenever a hydrocarbon is burnt, the products are Carbon dioxide and Water.Therefore the gas is CO2 .
Because it is irreversible(we cannot get the coal again) and totally new products are formed i the process
Burning (oxydation, reaction with oxygen) is possible only when oxygen exist.
The primary product is water. If the supply of oxygen is restricted, some hydrogen peroxide could also be formed.
With optimal Oxygen, the products are carbon dioxide and water. With less oxygen, carbon monoxide will be formed. In even lower oxygen states, some carbon will be left behind as ash or tar
NOx is formed in the exhaust of a diesel engine
nox is formed from the hot combustion air coming out of the diesel engine
If the products formed from a burning candle are carbon (C) carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) what elements were in the reactants?
Reactants contain carbon and oxygen.
Oxygen and petrol or diesel is burned in a car engine, it is not formed
Reaction products are formed.
It is formed by which harmful GASES combined with water vapor in the air paits will fade
Burning is a reaction with oxygen (oxydation); carbon dioxide and water are formed.
Nitrogen is formed by giving off petrol
During this burning oxides are formed.
The are two products that are formed when chalk is put in vinegar. The two products is calcium acetate and carbon dioxide.
Combustion of anything produces carbon dioxide (CO2). Burning of wood also releases water (H2O) which rises as water vapour. Both these gases are greenhouse gases.
The products of burning are carbon dioxide and water; because petrol contain many impurities or several compounds than hydrocarbons some other oxides (of sulfur, nitrogen, etc.) are released.
They are refined in a refinery from crude oil.
Ozone as we know in low atmosphere is harmful. It is formed by thunder and lightening.
Various nitric oxides are formed.
Iron formed in the stars by stellar nucleosynthesis (the step of silicon burning).
2Mg + O2 ---> 2MgO If the magnesium is burnt in air rather than pure oxygen some Mg3N2 magnesium nitride is formed. This is evidenced by the faint smell of ammonia when the combustion products are hydrolysed.
Clastic sedimentary rock is the usual type of rock formed from the products of rock weathering.
The products formed during cellular respiration are carbon dioxide, water and energy (ATP).
The adjective form is harmful.
burning or combustion is a very complex process, there literally thousands upon thousand of chemical reactions when you burn something. when toast burns it releases these production into the air and this is what you smell it is probably hard to find a single molecule responsible for the smell of toast to give you an example of the complexity of products formed in burning, when the chemicals from burning a cigarette is analyzed by a… Read More
Yes, it is a almost unlimited number of complex chemical reactions: at least carbon dioxide and water vapor are some of the substances formed by burning.
There is one main product that is created when burning a log. This product is carbon dioxide and it comes from combustion.
what is the substance formad when burning both hydrogen and ethanol in the air
No. By burning something you are breaking it down and forming new products (smoke, carbon dioxide, etc), and these are different from the original compound. In contrast, when you melt something, some of it is actually vaporized at the same time, and that is what you are smelling. So when you melt it, you smell the molecules of the original compound, whereas when you burn it, you are smelling the compounds that were formed during… Read More
an alkaline gas is formed
burning,rusting, and digestion
No, heat is formed by friction or burning the elements.
Carbon dioxide, water, ash.
quicklime is formed when lmesone is heated
Products are formed from chemical reactions.
The burning of hydrocarbons causes the formation of water vapor (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2). Often, other byproducts such as formaldehyde (HCOH) and carbon monoxide (CO) are formed due to non-stoechiometric conditions.
Carbon dioxide and water
As Hydrogen burning occurs, a new core of Helium ash is formed within the H envelope. As more He is formed, more energy is released and the temperature increases. When it is hot enough, He-burning can begin, which forms a new core of Carbon. As more Carbon is formed, this core expands also. These processes cause the star to swell.
The two products formed are Hypothetic Acid and Prodical Methdaine which are highly acidic chemicals which come from the region of pH.