What is burning of fossil fuel?
We should not burn fossil fuels.
Combustion is the term given to burning a fuel, very often fossil fuels.
Natual gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel.
Fossil fuel is a nonrenewable resource.
No, it is the product of burning fossil fuels.
yes the burning of fossil fuels can result in acid rain
the burning of fossil fuel affected us and can probably cause cancer
To reduce the effect of fossil fuel burning, we must use alternative sources. Thermal energy is one.
Wood is a fuel as it can provide energy by burning. But, it is not formed by fossils and hence not called a fossil fuel.
Fossil Fuel+oxygen =>carbon dioxide +water Fossil fuel +02 => C02 +H20
The carbon cycle, as the burning of fossil fuels releases carbon dioxide.
Fossil fuel burning
Burning fossil fuels and burning wood produce similar pollutants because wood and fossil fuels are both consist of hydrogen and carbon. Carbon dioxide is produced when burning wood and fossil fuel.
Carbon dioxide is not in fossil fuel. Burning fossil fuels releases carbon monoxide as the result of a chemical reaction.
Natural gas (methane (CH4)) is the cleanest burning fuel, emitting the smallest amount of carbon dioxide of all the fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
Anything powered by electricity usually relies on the burning of fossil fuel to generate that power. Burning fossil fuel is the primary cause of global warming.
In no way at all is burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) helpful to wildlife.
Stop burning fossil fuel.
That is the byproduct from burning fossil fuel.
The Carbon Cycle
it destroys habitats
Burning of a fossil fuel is the equivalent of the carbon oxydation. The complete reaction is: C + O2 = CO2
Carbon dioxide is the greenhouse gas that comes from automobiles (when fossil fuel is burnt).
Burning a fossil fuel also gives off smoke, gases, and other by-products. These pollute the environment.
The main greenhouse gas emitted from burning diesel, a fossil fuel, is carbon dioxide (CO2).
Petrol is a fossil fuel made from crude oil and burning fossil fuels produce energy so yes burning petrol does release energy.
People are burning fossil fuel quicker than it's naturally made
Fossil fuels are organic materials used for burning to produce energy. It is false that oil is the fossil fuel that will run out first. It is believed that coal will be the first fossil fuel to run out.
Sure, much of the world's electricity is obtained by burning fossil fuels.
The burning of fossil fuels has detrimental effects on human health and the environment. Smog, pollution, and dirty fuel are all lasting attributes of burning fossil fuels.
Brown smoke comes from burning fossil fuel, usually fuel oil.
Yes, the burning of any fossil fuel releases carbon dioxide. This is what is causing global warming and climate change.
Water isn't a fossil fuel because it is not a fossil and it will not burn, having already been completely oxidized. If you want, you can think of it as the ash resulting from burning hydrogen.
Burning the stored energy of fossil fuel
burning of toxins, hunting,fossil fuel
Global warming Greenhouse Effect
Yes. Natural gas (methane (CH4)) is the cleanest burning fuel, emitting the smallest amount of carbon dioxide of all the fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
Burning fossil fuels like gasoline has emissions of carbon dioxide and water.
The main product is carbon dioxide. Aproximatlely 3 kg of carbon dioxide is produced by burning 1 kg of fossil fuel. The extra mass is from the oxygen taken from the atmosphere during burning.
burning fossil fuel releases greenhouse gases which cause global warming, also extraction of these fuels alter the environment it was in
Carbon dioxide, laid down millions of years ago when fossil fuels were formed.
Burning fossil fuel.
It produces carbon monoxide and other pollutants.
No, the cleanest is Natural gas. Natural gas (methane (CH4)) is the cleanest burning fuel, emitting the smallest amount of carbon dioxide of all the fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
Burning natural gas releases less carbon dioxide than burning oil. Burning coal releases the most.
Yes, burning fossil fuel adds nitrogen, in the form of nitric oxide, to the atmosphere.
No. Petrol is cleaner than coal, but it is not the cleanest. Natural gas (methane (CH4)) is the cleanest burning fuel, emitting the smallest amount of carbon dioxide of all the fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
Yes it does. Burning fossil fuel (coal, oil and natural gas) releases carbon dioxide, a powerful greenhouse gas. This extra gas in the atmosphere is causing global warming.
The chemical potential energy in fossil fuels is converted to thermal energy (heat) by burning them.
Fossil fuel + oxygen gas ---> carbon dioxide + water + heat
If the burning is incomplete it will. Ideally perfect burning of fuel produces water vapor and carbon dioxide.