How Fuel Burns in an Engine
By: Hunter Terhark and Cheyenne
Chemical reactions found in the engine
this reacts as combustion and the energy given off by the combustion of gasoline moves the pistons causing the wheels to move.
The after product
How burning of Gas is Harmful for the Environment (chemical reaction)
when it is mixed with oxygen, you have the ingredients for 8 molecules of carbon dioxide and and nine molecules of water, this weighs about 3 times the weight of the original octane molecule, not only in the burning process but the process of making gasoline with crude oil can kill wildlife in oil spills.