Yes, camphor is an organic compound.
Wood is better if you have plenty of wood available and can grow more trees while you are burning the old ones. That makes you carbon-neutral, because while burning wood produces CO2, growing wood takes CO2 out of the atmosphere in equal measure.
It depends what type of power plant. A coal-burning power plant will produce CO2 and SO2, which are both pollutants. Nuclear power plants and geothermal power plants produce steam, which is not a pollutant. There are many other types of power plants, but most produce CO2 and SO2 or steam.
Around 3 pounds of CO2 are emitted by open air burning of one pound of tire.
c+o2 = co2
CO2 will produce
This depends on what fuel you are burning: it must contain (at least some) carbon
Co2(s) will sublime
If the fuel that is burnt contains hydrocarbons, yes.
Appliances don't exactly produce carbon dioxide (CO2), but they are responsible for CO2 emissions. Appliances run on electricity, and most electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This burning emits CO2, a greenhouse gas that is causing global warming.
Burning fossil fuels will Produce CarbonDioxide (CO2) or GreenHouse Gases and the CO2 gets into earths atmosphere and warms up the planet, this is called global warming, this has effect on the weather
The products produced when burning methane (CH4) are carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O).
in ist step CO2 is formed which reduces to CO..
There are different ways to produce energy, but many of them involve burning some substance - for example, petroleum - that produces CO2.
there are many sources including many which are caused by us human. Plants proudce co2 at night when there is no light. In burning fossil fuels we also produce vasts amounts of co2 the co2 conc of the air now is 0.004%
Burning oil cannot produce methane. The gases produced are mostly CO2 and CO, and maybe some oxides of sulfer and nitrogen.
Yes, butane burning is a chemical change. The molecule of butane is converted to CO2 and H2O when combusted in oxygen.