Carbon dioxide Produced In A Cement Plant

MAterial

 .Bowl /Glass Jar

..2 Table Spoons Vinegar

.1 Table spoon baking soda

. Match Box

Procedure

1.Put 2 tablespoon vinegar in the bowl .

2.Add 1 tablespoon  baking soda (all at once)

3.Then observe ,the bubbles that from are carbon dioxide gas.A chemical reaction occurs between the vinegar (an acid) and the baking soda (a base)

4.Bring one burning match stick near the upper portion of bowl /glass jar

5.The burning match stick extinguishes due to the production of carbon dioxide.

Average of 927 kg (2044 lb) of CO2 are emitted for every 1000 kg (2205 lb) of portland cement produced in the U.S. materials, a necessary part of the manufacturing process. The remaining CO2 emitted is a result of burning fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas to heat the raw materials in the kiln.

Carbon dioxide emissions and climate change
                         Cement manufacture contributes greenhouse gases both directly through the production of carbon dioxide when calcium carbonate is thermally decomposed, producing lime and carbon dioxide, and also through the use of energy, particularly from the combustion of fossil fuels.

 


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