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Energy and the Environment, 1998

ISBN Print: 1-56700-127-0

THERMODYNAMIC ESTIMATION OF RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF COAL COMBUSTION PRODUCTS INTO GREENHOUSE EFFECT

Abstract

By means of thermodynamic methods "greenhouse effect" has been estimated from gases - products of coal combustion, which are consisted of two- ore triatomic molecules. The two-atom molecules practically do not cause "greenhouse effect", but the triatomic molecules form the row as follows: S02 > N20 > C02 Of all components are in equal amounts).
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