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Old 12-05-2005, 09:48 AM
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Default 11th grader high school science project on Carbon dioxide

greetings reader, thank you for respnding; i posted this to seek help on tips and information on how i could start off my research paper on this title "examine the amounts of carbon dioxide produced by different gas sources?" ummm.... if you need additional information reply back
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yeah sure but why don't you try something a little more complex ths the same old, same old. Reach the stars with this. For examples contact me!!!
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Hi there!

Thank you for giving us a very specific/informative title. That's the best way to start off, if you want a quick response!

For us to help, can you first clarify what you mean by "gas sources"?
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greetings reader, thank you for respnding; i posted this to seek help on tips and information on how i could start off my research paper on this title "examine the amounts of carbon dioxide produced by different gas sources?" ummm.... if you need additional information reply back
Hi May u please help me . i need a response before the end of next week
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well, chemical baencing would probably be the anwser. you just have to find out what the chemical formulas are and what is produced. for examlpe:

C3H8 + O2 ---> CO2 + H2O + heat

you then balence it,

C3H8 + 5O2 ---> 3CO2 + 4H2O + heat

with this, you can figure out how much carbon dioxide is produced per molocule of propane and so on. the only dificulty is finding the reactants and pruducts. (you could ask your science teacher)
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greetings reader, thank you for respnding; i posted this to seek help on tips and information on how i could start off my research paper on this title "examine the amounts of carbon dioxide produced by different gas sources?" ummm.... if you need additional information reply back
I don't know what you mean by "gas sources." Gas sources as in compounds containing gas or gases given off in the industries?

My suggestion--the best way to get into a topic is by narrowing it down. Do a little research, narrow it down until you have a question you want to answer, then devise the procedures to do that experiment (with research, of course). As you see, research is important for every step of the way.

Good luck on the research paper!
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