Burning ethanol releases greenhouse gases.
Did you mean Ethanol? IF so... Ethanol doesn't help the environment, just limits the use of fossil fuels. This Ethanol is a energy source similar to gasoline but is made from the Surplus Supplies from farms in the great plains. So in other words, it is just n alternative resource.
pluses: ethanol is an altenitive energy. this means that if we use ethanol we become less dependant on petrolum. minuses: if more and more people become dependant on ethanol we, the US, will have to grow more corn to satisfy that demand.
Burning ethanol releases greenhouse gases. CO2 and water vapour
When you say consequences they are all positive. When you say impact, they may be positive or negative, such as positive impact or negative impact. But we don't use phrases like positive consequence or negative consequence. But there are surely positive and negative impacts! What do you say?
it is something that you use energy with
negative impact on coral reef
There is no negative impact of science in life. It actually depends on how you use it.
they can use for getting positive energy and releasing negative energy.
Theoretically yes because ethanol can be used as a fuel but practically maybe difficult because you will need a lot of it to get enough energy.
ethanol fuel is use for gasoline if we didnt have ethanol there would be no cars or just no gasoline
The 'use' of renewable energy [sources] must be maximized. And How!
No, your car will actually use more fuel when run on ethanol or with ethanol added into the gasoline, as ethanol has less energy than gasoline. The reason ethanol is sometimes used is that it causes less pollution as it burns cleaner than gasoline and also can assist gasoline to burn cleaner when used as an additive.
to save the ethanol
That sounds as if you want to stop using energy. That's not possible - we need energy to survive. We (humans) can reduce our use of energy, and we can try to reduce the environmental impact of the energy we do use.
Ethanol is not dissociated in ions in water.
Despite the many benefits of energy, most of which are reflected in energy market prices, the production, distribution, and use of energy causes negative effects.
the main use of ethanol is that some industries use it as a solvent.
Ethanol, due to it's inherent properties as a fuel. Brazil produces alot of Ethanol and is about to become energy independent because of it. But check this out: Crops such as corn, Sugar cane, beets, etc.. are converted to alcohol. In the case of corn to ethanol, it is energy negative. It takes 71% more energy to produce ethanol than is obtained from the ethanol. Also, using grain such as corn for fuel precludes it from being used as food for humans or livestock. It is also hard on the land. In United States corn production, soil erodes some 20-times faster than soil is formed. Ethanol has less energy per volume than does gasoline, so more gasoline has to be purchased to make up the difference. Also, ethanol is not environmentally friendly, as advocates would like to believe. Pimentel (1998) states: "Ethanol produces less carbon monoxide than gasoline, but it produces just as much nitrous oxides as gasoline. In addition, ethanol adds aldehydes and alcohol to the atmosphere, all of which are carcinogenic. When all air pollutants associated with the entire ethanol system are measured, ethanol production is found to contribute to major air pollution problems." With a lower energy density than gasoline, and adding the petroleum energy used to plow, plant, cultivate, and transport the corn for ethanol production, ethanol does not save gasoline nor does it's use reduce atmospheric pollution. A comprehensive study of converting biomass to liquid fuels by Giampietro and others (1997) concludes: "Large-scale biofuel production is not an alternative to the current use of oil, and is not even an advisable option to cover a significant fraction of it." Solar Energy is the only way to fly ;-)
ethanol is used in everyday life as eating sugar which contains ethanol.
Ethanol has many considerations as far as its use as an automotive fuel.\: # On the plus side it is a liquid and easily handled in the present transportation and delivery systems. # On the negative side: * Ethanol from food crops removes food from the system * It requires more energy to produce ethanol than the automobile gets out of the ethanol (Crops require fertilization and fertilizers are made using hydrocarbons, ethanol is made by fermaentation, the fermentation products require distillation, the ethanol is a less efficient fuel than gasoline) * Ethanol combustion creates tail pipe emissions of aldehydes and ketones at levels not present in hydrocarbon fuelled autos * There is not enough land to produce enough ethanol fuel while maintaining food production * Ethanol from waste cellulose is not being pursued asa production route