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6th grade energy resources

General Knowledge - energy sources Electricity Energy
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Common reservoir rock in which petroleum is found
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Common reservoir rock in which petroleum is found
Sandstone
Name two indirect solar energy sources
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Name two indirect solar energy sources
Hydroelectric, Wind (will also accept fossil fuels)
What are the three fossil fuels
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What are the three fossil fuels
Coal, petroleum (oil), natural gas
What is the source for nuclear energy
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What is the source for nuclear energy
Uranium
Petroleum forms from what original material
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Petroleum forms from what original material
Dead animal matter, usually marine animals
What happens to electrons when electricity is used - they are destroyed, trapped, created or move through?
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What happens to electrons when electricity is used - they are destroyed, trapped, created or move through?
Move Through
Which form of electricity has a steady flow of electrons - static or current electricity
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Which form of electricity has a steady flow of electrons - static or current electricity
current
What is the basic process of creating electricity in a power plant (name at least four steps in order)
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What is the basic process of creating electricity in a power plant (name at least four steps in order)
Burn fossil fuels - heat creates steam - steam turns turbine - turbine turns rod - rod turns coils - nearby magnet moves electrons -
A closed 'loop' through which electricity travels - needed to light a lightbulb for example
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A closed 'loop' through which electricity travels - needed to light a lightbulb for example
A circuit
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What are four FORMS of energy
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What are four FORMS of energy
Electrical, heat, light, Kinetic (mechanical), chemical
What is a renewable resource
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What is a renewable resource
A resource that can be replaced or renewed as quickly as they are used
What are the coal stages from least carbon content (and energy), to highest (do not count peat)
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What are the coal stages from least carbon content (and energy), to highest (do not count peat)
Lignite, bituminous, anthracite
What is the main use of petroleum in the US
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What is the main use of petroleum in the US
Transportation
What material is needed for coal to form
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What material is needed for coal to form
Plant remains
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Why did coal, petroleum and natural gas become known as 'fossil fuels' - how does the name describe the fuels?
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Why did coal, petroleum and natural gas become known as 'fossil fuels' - how does the name describe the fuels?
Because they take extremely long times to form, like fossils do, and they need to be dug or mined for, like fossils do.




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