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Solutions to Period 17 Exercises E.1 A current can be induced in a wire by a) moving the wire in a magnetic field. b) attaching one end of the wire to a battery. c) dropping the wire into sulfuric acid. d) heating the wire. e) all of the above. E.1 = a 17-Ex 1
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Which of the following statements about electric power generation is NOT true? a) Electricity is generated by moving magnets and coils of wire relative to one another. b) Generating plants convert kinetic energy into electrical energy. c) At a generating plant, electricity is stored as thermal energy by using it to heat tanks of water. d) Power plant turbines may be turned using the gravitational potential energy of falling water or the thermal energy of steam. e) ALL of the statements are true. It is not possible to store large amounts of electrical energy. At a generating plant, tanks of water are heated to produce steam, which turns the turbines. E.2
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