Biomass is a biological material produced from living or recently living organisms. Like trees, animals, and garbage:
Biomass is typically used as a renewable energy source. They do this through burning it or turning it into fuel. It still is damaging to the atmosphere though and to the grounds of where the plant material was collected.
The mass of everything thing that is alive.
Biomass is plant material, manure, or any other organic material that is used as an energy source.
there is not a thing negtive about biomass we need to save biomass it!
its pretty much everywhere. anything containing carbon is biomass. dirt is biomass. poop is biomass. a tree is biomass. you are biomass. so is your dog.. so, yeah; its pretty easy to get your hands on.
the energy derived from stored energy in biomass is called biomass energy. (biomass is the bodies of living things)
biomass is used
what are antonyms for biomass
Yes. Pollution comes from biomass. It is also cleaned in part by biomass
Biomass is the 'weight' of biological matter. often measured in a biomass pyramid.
Thomas A. Milne has written: 'Sourcebook of methods of analysis for biomass and biomass conversion processes' -- subject(s): Biomass chemicals, Biomass conversion, Biomass energy
Biomass is a renewable resource.
no, it is biomass and biowaste
biomass Biomass is being used by wood fire and many other things.
Beacuse biomass is harder to find and coal burnes faster then Biomass.
It can considered biomass from commercial forest or agricultural waste a sustainable supply of biomass.
Nowadays biomass is being reused to form fuel. This is an example using the word biomass.
biomass is produced in different ways
Biomass is not expensive but the process of which it is made is
biomass can affect the earth
It is a biomass becauseit is burned for energy.
Polution or Pollution? No, biomass is not pollution.
Trees could be biomass if they are sustainably grown. Old growth forests are not biomass.Grass could be biomass.
Charcoal is created from biomass by a flash fire at an elevated pressure in biomass. the fire spreads through the biomass, turning it into charcoal.
No, it is a biomass. Therefore charcoal is created from biomass by a flash fire at an elevated pressure in biomass. the fire spreads through the biomass, turning it into charcoal.