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Comenius litauen-fossile-brennstoffe design-leonie

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    • 1. Burning fossil fuels -environmental effects
    • 2. Outline1. Origin of fossil fuels2. CO2 emissions3. SO2 emissions4. NO2 emissions5. Personal opinion
    • 3. Fossil fuelsExample: mineral oilCarbon (C) 83 - 87%Hydrogen (H2) 10 - 14%Nitrogen (N2) 0,1 - 2%Oxygen (O2) 0,1 - 1,5%Sulfur (S) 0,5 - 6%Main combustion product: CO2
    • 4. CO2 emissions
    • 5. Greenhouse effect
    • 6. SO2 emissions Germany SO2-emissions by category West Germany East Germany Europe-wide coming into effect from Helsinki- protocolls to sulfur dioxide- reductions West Germany East GermanyEnergy productions Processing industry TrafficHouseholds and small consumers Military and other small resources Fugitive emissions from combustible materialIndustrial processes Waste and efluent
    • 7. NOx emissionenergy business
    • 8. Acid rain• Characteristic Low pH rain with 50 times higher acidity than normal• Cause SO2 and NOx air pollution• Result Forest dieback
    • 9. Personal opinion