On average less than 1%. It is estimated that volcanoes emit on average 200 million tonnes of CO2 a year. This includes all volcanoes, hot springs and and undersea hydrothermal vents. Humans emit 26 billion tonnes (2003) a year by burning fossil fuels. The gas burnt onsite at oil wells in gas flares accounts for more CO2 emissions than all volcanoes put together.
Carbon dioxide is produced. The amount of baking soda to vinegar control the amount of CO2 that is produced.
44 grams of CO2 (1 mol CO2 from 1 mol C if enough oxygen, air, is available)
the more energy produced the more CO2 is produced
Carbon dioxide (CO2) from the sea, vegetation and volcanoes are all part of the natural carbon cycle, which moves CO2 in and out of the atmosphere. Man-made emissions are largely from burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This carbon has been stored away underground for millions of years and is not removed from the atmosphere by the carbon cycle.In comparison to just volcanoes, the emission of carbon dioxide by human activity compared to volcanoes has us producing about 130 times more than volcanoes. Scientists calculated that volcanoes produce about 130-230 million tonnes of CO2 each year (Gerlach, 1999, 1991) compared to 27 billion tonnes produced by human activity (Marland, et al., 2006).
In the atmosphere.
No. There is no way of stopping volcanoes from releasing anything.
Yes. Carbon dioxide is among the gasses emitted by volcanoes.
Carbon dioxide is not produced in the air. It is produced on the ground, largely by the oxidation reduction (burning) of carbon rich organic matter, like forest fires. Animal exhalations and plant decay are other sources of carbon dioxide release. Saccharomyces, for example, digests maltose and fructose sugars and emits ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide as byproducts. A small amount of CO2 is vented from underground by volcanoes and fumaroles. In more recent years CO2 emissions from human activity have begun to exceed those of natural sources, such as the burning of coal to produce electricity and automobile exhaust. Today humans emit about 100 times the amount of CO2 produced from within the earth.
CO2 (carbon dioxide) is produced when plants or animals oxidize carbon compounds to produce metabolic energy, when carbon compounds are burned, or it can be released by volcanoes, or when acids contact carbonate rocks. In th case of respiration or fire the reaction is C+O2 -->CO2
CO2ATp is produced mainly. Water and CO2 produced during respiration
The number is zero.No CO2 is produced in glycolisis.
They provide CO2 for the ecosystem. Plants of course, need CO2 for photosynthesis.
Volcanoes produce thousands of tons of CO2 when they erupt.
Most CO2 is produced through rotting vegetation or other natural processes. Man produces CO2 through the burning of fuels.
CO2 is produced.
The mole ratio of the sample will be too high. This is because the amount of CO2 will be lower than if the reaction went all the way and produced the proper amount of CO2.
AMOUNT OF CO2 DISSOLVED IN SOFTDRINKS?
There are smallamount of volcanoes. They emit so2 and co2 gases.
Volcanoes release H2S, HCl, SO2, CO2, etc.
Man produces roughly 6% of all global CO2 production. Just over half of all CO2 produced by man is to heat and power homes. Another very large chuck is created by automobiles. The amount of total CO2 produced by aircraft, including small aircraft would be in the fractions of a percent.
Yes, man emits more CO2 than volcanoes. Over the last 50 years, emissions from volcanoes are measured at less than 1% of those generated by human activities. The chemical signatures of CO2 emitted by volcanoes is different than that by the burning of fossil fuels and they are readily distinguishable by measurement.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is produced by planes because CO2 is a result of the fuel burning.