Chemistry of Fossil Fuels and Biofuels

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Properties of organic compounds Reactions of alkanes and alkenes Reactions with functional groups Reaction pathways. Volumetric analysis Organic acids and bases. Fats and oils Carbohydrates Proteins Vitamins.


Enzymes Food metabolism. Energy sources Measuring energy. Energy from biogas The combustion reaction also involves combustion of methane. The energy released here is less than that of natural gas - this is due to a lower methane content. Electricity from biogas is usually formed using small generators on site.

Transport and fuels Fossil fuels are mainly used to power our transport vehicles. Fuels used are petroleum, diesel and LPG. These fuels add CO2 emissions to the atmosphere as well as other pollutants.