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    Why is sub bituminous coal dirtier (higher CO2 production) than bituminous coal.
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    Why is sub bituminous coal dirtier (higher CO2 production) than bituminous coal.
    ermm, if you use the same amount of stuff, but you release more CO2 with one of them, what does that tell you the C content present in that compound?
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    ermm, if you use the same amount of stuff, but you release more CO2 with one of them, what does that tell you the C content present in that compound?
    Yeah problem was that type actually had a lower carbon content in it. Turns out its something to do with bonds and energy output. Thanks tho
 
 
 
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