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26 - CHM 11500 Lecture 26 Reading pp 250-252 2 2 This Week...

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CHM 11500 Lecture 26 Reading: pp. 250-252

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3 This Week in Chem Attend lecture, lab (check out), recitation Homework due Friday 12/9 Lab - Make sure you check out! Final, Tuesday 12/13, 8:00 AM (morning!) Hall of Music, 2 hours Pencil, PUID, non-programmable calculator, seat location

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Solar Energy Solar energy available in U.S. in 1 year is about 10 times total energy available in ALL known oil reserves on the planet. Earth U.S. avg. solar radiation ~125 W/m2 ~250 W/m2 surface area 5.10 x 108 km2 (land: 1.49 x 108 km2) 9.63 x 106 km2 solar power available 6.38 x 1016 W (land: 1.86 x 1016 W) 2.41 x 1015 W solar energy available (1 yr) land: 1.63 x 1017 kWh 2.11 x 1016 kWh total energy consumption per year (2003) 1.23 x 1014 kWh 2.65 x 1013 kWh (22% of world) solar energy available/year ~1300 times consumption ~800 times consumption solar radiation hitting Earth’s surface (for overhead midday sun) = 925 W/m2 (power = energy per time, 1 W = 1 J/s)

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6 Question It is estimated that the total world’s oil reserves are 1.2 x 1012 barrels of oil (each barrel is 42 U.S. gallons or 159 L). Approximately much energy is contained in one barrel of oil? (hint: use information given on the previous slide) a.
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