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methane gas

An investigation into the origins of methane gas has identified its anthropogenic and microbiological sources. Additionally, the investigations disclosed the sensitivity and reaction time of optical methane sensors. Also highlighted are the indicators of methane gas leaks and landfill gas.

Anthropogenic sources

Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, although it is by no means harmful. It is used for heating and processing petrochemicals and is a useful component of liquefied natural gas (LNG). It should not be confused with ethane, an ignitable gas. Likewise, it should not be confused with the extremely combustible methyl methane.

The most notable organisms that produce methane are ruminant animals like cattle and sheep. In reality, ruminant cattle are the greatest contributors of anthropogenic methane. There are many elements that influence methane generation. Decomposition of biodegradable solid waste, application of fertilizer, and leaching of fertilizer from the soil are among the most significant contributors. Other animals that produce methane are wild boars, oxen, and goats. Modern farms employ specialized equipment such as aerators and aeration tanks to increase the efficiency of the operation.

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