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The ability to do work?
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The ability to do work?
Energy
Mixture of gases that surrounds a planet, moon, or other celestial body
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Mixture of gases that surrounds a planet, moon, or other celestial body
Atmosphere
System in which both energy and matter are exchanged with the surroundings
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System in which both energy and matter are exchanged with the surroundings
Open system
A set of particles or interacting components considered to be a distinct physical entity for the purpose of study
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A set of particles or interacting components considered to be a distinct physical entity for the purpose of study
System
Energy produced through the pull of objects due to their mass.
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Energy produced through the pull of objects due to their mass.
Gravitational Energy
Carbon Monoxide
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Carbon Monoxide
Gaseous form of carbon (CO)
Reservoir
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Reservoir
An area that stores matter and/or energy
Anthracite
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Anthracite
Hardest form of coal
Natural Resources
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Natural Resources
A naturally occurring substance that is used for human consumption.
Denitrification
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Denitrification
The process of converting a usable form of nitrogen into a gas (N2).
Transfer of heat through materials
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Transfer of heat through materials
Conduction
Gravitation & Electromagnetic waves are examples of?
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Gravitation & Electromagnetic waves are examples of?
Internal Energy
Energy that travels through spaces as waves
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Energy that travels through spaces as waves
Radiation
Splitting the nucleus of a large atom into two or more smaller nuclei is called
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Splitting the nucleus of a large atom into two or more smaller nuclei is called
Nuclear Fission
Longwave radiation that is usually a by-product of a reaction
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Longwave radiation that is usually a by-product of a reaction
Heat Energy
In a passive solar system, energy is collected by
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In a passive solar system, energy is collected by
Windows facing the sun
First law of thermodynamics
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First law of thermodynamics
Energy is transferred between systems, but it cannot be created or destroyed
What is most responsible for destruction of wildlife habitats?
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What is most responsible for destruction of wildlife habitats?
Surface mines
Washing only full loads of laundry describes?
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Washing only full loads of laundry describes?
A way to conserve fossil fuels
Coal reserves are predicted to last around
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Coal reserves are predicted to last around
200 years
Acid precipitation forms as a result of
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Acid precipitation forms as a result of
Burning of fossil fuels
A cause of sinkholes is
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A cause of sinkholes is
Subsurface mining
The source of 11% of the U.S. electricity is
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The source of 11% of the U.S. electricity is
Hydroelectric Energy
Coal deposits are formed by
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Coal deposits are formed by
Carbonization of plant remains
Petroleum forms in permeable rock due to
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Petroleum forms in permeable rock due to
Heat and pressure from layers of sediment
Radiation includes all forms of energy that travel through spaces as waves, give me three forms of radiation besides electromagnetic waves.
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Radiation includes all forms of energy that travel through spaces as waves, give me three forms of radiation besides electromagnetic waves.
Visible light, X-Rays, Ultraviolet Rays, Infrared Waves, Radio Waves, Gamma Rays




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