What do the emissions from a bioethanol fire comprise of?

Bioethanol emissions are almost entirely made up of water vapour and CO2 (carbon dioxide); the size of CO2 emissions from a bioethanol flame is no more than two ordinary household candles. The other elements present are tiny in number and substantially smaller than legal quotas. As the temperature of a bioethanol fire only reaches 400°C, no additional combustion gases are emitted.

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