The organic material is burned.
All organic compounds can be burned.
Charcoal is an organic material containing carbon and combustible impurities. When charcoal is burned the carbon content increases.
No, it isn't. Biomass is any organic material. A moldy piece of cheese in your fridge might be biomass, but it definitely isn't biofuel. Biomass is organic material that is made from plants and animals, which are microorganisms. They can be burned as fuel, or biofuel (if there is a fireplace, the wood that is burned is a biofuel). It is burned for the energy, such as cooking over it, or just to stay warm. It is also a renewable source. Biomass fuels provide about 4% of the energy used in the United States.
Benzene is released by the burning of plant material. Wood and Tobacco alike release Benzene when burned.
Yes, it is an organic mixture so can be burned till furnished.
Peat is old decayed plant material burned as fuel.
When wood burns, essentially organic molecules within the wood is oxidized into carbon dioxide, among other oxidized carbon forms. The various oxidized carbon forms are mainly gases and is released into the atmosphere. Because after the wood is burned out, the majority of the organic material has been converted into the gases, much of the wood's mass is lost.
The material formed is Carbon.
H2O and CO2
Carbon Dioxide, water and methane
Biomass is a renewable organic matter than can be burned in the presence of oxygen to convert chemical energy to thermal energy.
when coal is burned.Electricity from coal is the electric power made from the energy stored in coal. Carbon, made from ancient plant material, gives coal most of its energy. This energy is released when coal is burned.
When fossil fuels are burned, carbon dioxide is released into the environment. This can influence the greenhouse effect and increase global warming. Coal is the fossil fuel that produces the most carbon dioxide emission.
The law of polystyrene affects consumers because of the chemmicals inside the material and the polystyrene is burned underground and the chmicals gets into the environment which can make consumers sick
Any organic substance which is burned then inhaled is harmful.
it is an organic material made from plants and animalswhen burned chemical energy in biomass is releases as heatwhat it is turned intoelectricitypros/positivedoesn't produce pollution such as sulfur that can cause acid raincons/negativepollutes air when burnedcarbon dioxidegreenhouse gas
Magnesium oxide anything that is burned with oxygen (what is left) is called [material you burned] oxide
It would be Incense.
The meaning of noncombustion is "material unable to be burned".