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Propane vs. natural gas stove - indoor air quality?

Combustion of either propane or natural gas can create dangerous conditions for indoor air quality without adequate ventilation. Propane is a hydrocarbon that ideally consists of length-3 carbon ...
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How can I deodorize a school bathroom without using naphthalene?

As I understand the smell is the problem. The naphthalene masks the smell but it too is a problem. So the issue is "How to reduce the smell". One answer is to cover it up. Anotehr answer ...
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Does a single Euro VI bus really release less NOx than a euro 6 diesel car?

Your calculation is incorrect. 1 gallon contains 36 kWh of heat, but only around 12 kWh of that will be turned into useful motive power in an engine with 33% efficiency. The rest, 24 kWh, are emitted ...
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In what type of location is it likely to find larger or smaller amounts of ozone?

In what type of location is it likely to find larger or smaller amounts of ozone? Using data from the 2017 Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report we can answer the first part of the question. There's a ...
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Propane vs. natural gas stove - indoor air quality?

The article you say confirms that propane produces the same toxicity and off-gassing as natural gas does not appear to be research related to cooking ranges. The article refers to "jet pools&...
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