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R. K. 12 It is possible to set alight some coal in mines, but thefireonly burns along the face which has been exposed and slowly into the interior of the coal bed. To get the gas produced (a mixture of hydrogen and carbon-monoxide) out of the shaft, one has to blow a great deal of air through, and the result is that the gas produced contains an abnormal amount of nitrogen. u. , whereas that of natural gas is about 1000. ) (2) Lastly, there is the greenhouse effect. 13 What would the feed-backs be?
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In those cases where this is so, there is no point in pursuing the chemical cycles method, with its complications of several reactors, high temperatures, and necessity for a high degree of cyclicity. Where the efficiency of the cyclical method exceeds 40%, there may be point in pursuing the method. However, the important thing is the final cost of the product and this does not only involve the question of efficiency, but also that of maintenance costs. Those for complex high temperature processes are notorious.