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Anthropogenic climate change

Anthropogenic climate change

Methane (CH4)

Methane (C4) has many sources, both natural and human-related, but just two major sinks: its destruction in the atmosphere, and its use by certain soil bacteria. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, each kg.

Indigo dying industrial

Indigo dying industrial. Synthetic indigo is a substance created from benzene derivatives from petroleum, a fossil fuel that most of us realise is not in limitless supply. The benzene has to be treated chemicals, including hydrogen cyanide, to make it into indigo dye.

Fossil Fuels

Fossil Fuels are finite sources of carbon-based energy (mostly oil, gas and coal) which burnt to produce heat and other sources of power.

Heavy metals

Heavy metal is a term used to describe a subset of a large number of metals and metalloids with high atomic(such as chromium, cadmium, arsenic and mercury), listed in the periodic table of the elements, which have properties of both metals and non-metals.

Fracking (hydraulic fracturing)

Fracking (hydraulic fracturing) of rock deep beneath the surface to release petroleum product has become a contentious subject across the globe. This practice is not to be mixed up with drilling or extraction.

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