The byproducts are:
- ash (trees hit)
- fulgurites (strands of sand glass)
- Buckminsterfullerenes : minute quantities of the fullerenes, in the form of C60, C70, C76, C82 and C84 molecules, are produced in nature, hidden in soot and formed by lightning discharges in the atmosphere
Thunder is a byproduct of lightning. Lightning creates nitrates which plants require to grow. Other sources of nitrates exist. So lightning assists in helping plants grow.
Yes, the only byproduct of hydrogen is water.
Its byproduct is water.
The general equation for respiration is Sugars + O2 = CO2 + H2O + energy. So clearly, CO2 is a byproduct of respiration.
Sucrose product, water byproduct
A byproduct is a secondary or additional product - produced in addition to the principal product.
Oxygen was introduced into the atmosphere as a byproduct of photosynthesis.
Water is the byproduct of the Electron Transport Chain.
There is only one byproduct. it is O2 gas.
A byproduct is basically something which is produced that the plant does not need for it self. For example, When a plant photosynthesizes, it releases most of the oxygen as a byproduct into the atmosphere.
Yes. It's a byproduct of meat production. Leather is made from animal skins and is the most economically important byproduct of the meat industry.
The byproduct of meat packing is used to make pet foods.
I do believe it is actually a plant byproduct. Glucose is like plant food.
cyanobacteria releases oxygen as a byproduct into the atmosphere.
Is the light energy from a toaster a wasteful byproduct
A byproduct of anything is waste material of a process of some kind. An example would be when a person inhales oxygen, they exhale carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide would be the byproduct.
Heat is a byproduct of friction; that's why rubbing your hands together makes them warmer!
The plant photosynthesises in order to produce glucose, so the byproduct is oxygen.
The byproduct of ATP when it makes muscles work is ADP and energy. They are not harmful in anyway.
Uranium is especially a byproduct of phosphate industry; but also a byproduct of gold, vanadium, shales mining.
It is a byproduct. The byproduct of photosynthesis.
Thermal pollution is a byproduct of the production of nuclear energy.Thermal pollution is a byproduct of the production of heat. A foundry, for example, produces much thermal pollution in the process of forging steel.
It is common for a process that produces a desired product to also produce something that is not needed - and this is called a byproduct. If a byproduct has no use it may be pumped away, which may not a very environmentally friendly thing to do.
The only byproduct of using pure hydrogen as a fuel is water, often in vapor form.
Its a product if you using for agriculture or for explosive purpose but, a byproduct if we want to remove it out for waste water