Uses of Methane
- Used as fuel in cars, stoves, and water heaters
- Used in power generation
- Used as rocket fuel in refined liquid form
- Used as antifreeze in industry
- A common component of B. Fertilizer
- Used to disinfect products
- Used in gas power plants
- Used in gas stoves
- Used to check gas appliances
Uses of Glucose
- Used to treat hypoglycemia (hypoglycemia)
- Administered to patients who are very sick and below You can't eat them because they provide carbohydrate calories.
- Used to treat high levels of potassium in the blood (hyperkalemia).
The number of molecules in 10g of methane and 10g of glucose is - (a) 3.7 x 1023 (b) 3.3 x 1022 (c) 5.6 x 1022 (d) 5.8 x 1023
The number of molecules in 10g of methane is 3.76 x 1023 and 10g of glucose is 3.3 x 1022. Methane is the most important greenhouse gas in which approximately 70% of methane emissions are linked to the activities of humans.