Physical Science 9

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what part of the carbon process is responsible for the release of carbon at a p[power plant
combustion
photosynthesis
digestion
decomposition

my answer is a combustion

  • Physical Science 9 -

    Incomplete combustion ---> carbon particles and CO instead of CO2

    That is not a good question by the way. You should know that for sure. The other things happen in:
    plants
    stomachs
    compost heaps and coffins

    not power plants

  • Physical Science 9 -

    1. A
    2. D
    3. D
    4. B

    hope this helps!!!! ^-^

    p.s. I LOVE ICE CREAM ^-^ ^_^ ^~^ ^O^ ^o^ ^0^

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