How the Weather Affects the Inside of Your Greenhouse
Hail. Like being inside a drum.
Snow. Like being inside a cooler.
By the term greenhouse Gases, we mean mainly Carbon dioxide produced from burning of fissile materials & combustion of Vehicles, water vapor produced from evaporation, Hydrocarbon such as Methane etc produced from marshy land and decomposition of long chain hydrocarbon such as petroleum, and artificially produced Florohydrocarbon gases mainly used in freezing and fire extinguisher are the countable gases which are when comes in contact of the atmosphere in excess causes the rise in temperature partly due to molecular collision and partly by the absorption of sun ray and radiation in the form of infrared. The atmosphere also contains nitrogen, oxygen or Argon like gases those gases do not contribute heat radiation in the atmosphere because of their molecular structure
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