Hydrogen and Geothermal Fuel - CENTRE FOR AMERICAN...

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CENTRE FOR AMERICAN EDUCATION ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET (please print this out and attach to the hardcopy of your work) Student Details: Name: Ng Choo Wen Student Number: 15024599 Subject Details: Subject Name: Chemistry & Society Subject Code: Chem 1013 Lecturer's Name: Devandran Apparasamy Assignment Details: Due Date: 25 th November 2016 Date Submitted: 25 th November 2026 PLEASE NOTE All assignments are the responsibility of the student. Ensure you keep a copy of your assignment before submitting. DECLARATION: I declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, this assignment is my own work, all sources have been properly acknowledged, and the assignment contains no plagiarism. This assignment or any part thereof has not previously been submitted for assessment at this or any other University . Student Signature: Date: STUDENT COPY (Assignment Acknowledgement Slip) Student Name: ______Ng Choo Wen _____________ Submission Date: 25 th November 2016 __
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Subject/Code: CSCP1014 Received by: _________________ Table of Content Table of Content 2 Introduction of Energy 3 Introduction of Hydrogen & Geothermal Fuel 4 Pros and Cons of Hydrogen 5-6 Pros and Cons of Geothermal Fuel 7-8 Discussion/Suggestion 9 Pictures 10 Reference 11 Introduction to Energy 2
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Energy is an ability to do work. Energy is everywhere; it causes everything around us to happen. We will not be able to live without energy for today’s society. For examples: the sunlight and the light from table lamps give out heat and light energy. A car can move thanks to gasoline, a type of energy that can be stored, that power the car. Even though some energies are renewable, some are not renewable and they are nearly extinct. The most suitable example of it will be fossil fuel. It is created by three major items, that are coal, oil, natural gas. Because fossil fuel take million years to form, it is considered as non-renewable energy. Also, fossil fuels are causing pollutants such as producing carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and carbon soot when it is burned.
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