Burned carbon containing materials don’t always contain carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is produced when something containing carbon, in any form, is burned. This happens through a reaction with oxygen and the carbon based structures in the material. Most things release at least some carbon dioxide when burned because everything living on earth is a carbon-based lifeform, however, there are things that release less carbon dioxide than others. This is how we classify clean burning biofuels. For example, ethanol, a considerably cleaner fuel than gasoline, still releases CO2 when burned, but less than conventional fuels.
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