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The main fuel used for DH was natural gas in 2012, but during last years the share of wood has been increased and now wood is the dominating fuel used for heating (Figure 7). Lithuania has started its industrial development of biofuel in 1994 when the first sawdust and wood chips-fired boiler

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5 Environmental Effects and Tradeoffs of Biofuels

5. Environmental Effects and Tradeoffs of Biofuels. Petroleum extraction, transport, refining, and combustion have many known negative environmental effects, including disruption of sensitive ecological habitats and high greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions.Biofuels, too, have their environmental costs (NRC, 2003, 2010a), but displacing petroleum-based fuels with biofuels can reduce the nations

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The 2.50 mole came from 80.0 g ÷ 32.0 g/mol. The 32.0 g/mol is the molar mass of O 2. Be careful to keep in mind that oxygen is O 2, not just O. Solving by cross-multiplying and dividing gives x = 1.67 mol of KClO 3 decomposed. 2.7.4 Mass-mass problems. This is

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World energy consumption is the total energy produced and used by humans. Typically measured per year, it involves all energy harnessed from every energy source applied towards activity across all industrial and technological sectors, in every country. It does not include energy from food. World energy consumption has implications for the socio-economic-political sphere.

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