SCI203_Lab4_worksheet_updated_1404A

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Name: Jen Bazzell Date: 02/01/2016 Instructor’s Name: Dr. Shelli Carter Assignment: SCI203 Phase 4 Lab Report Title: Analysis of Energy Sources Instructions: You will write a 1-page lab report using the scientific method. When your lab report is complete – submit it in the classroom. Part I: Using the lab animation, fill in the data table below to gather your data, and use it to help you generate your hypothesis, outcomes, and analysis . Energy Source Fuel (Coal)/Uraniu m Needed (tons) CO 2 Emission s (tons) Sulfur Dioxide and Other Emission s (tons) Radioactivit y mSv (millisievert) Solid Waste (tons) Accidents Coal Q1 625,000 mil 1.7 mil 75,000 .25 mSv 150,00 0 N/A Coal Q2 1.25 mil 3.5 mil 150,000 .5 mSv 300,00 0 Health impairments Coal Q3 1.875 mil 5.25 mil 225,000 .75 mSv 450,00 0 Worker fatalities Coal Q4 2.5 mil 7 mil 300,000 1 mSv 600,00 0 Fire destruction Nuclea r Q1 18,750/7.5 52,500 0 .0025 mSv 62.5 N/A Nuclea r Q2 37,500/15 105,000 0 .005 mSv 125 N/A Nuclea r Q3 56,250/22.5 157,500 0 .0075 mSv 187.5 Minor emissions Nuclea r Q4 75,000/30 210,000 0 .01 mSv 250 Catastrophic contamination/radiatio n
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sickness/environmental contamination Part II: Write a 1-page lab report using the following scientific method sections: Nuclear vs Coal Purpose o The purpose of this lab was to compare fossil fuel (coal) energy production and
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