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Chemical Energy

Project due December 12
by

Brent Jones

on 12 December 2013

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Transcript of Chemical Energy

Chemical Energy
Chemical energy is used in all countries and states. It is use the most in Iceland.
Countries use it because it efficient to store and it give off substantial power.








Chemical Energy
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Chemical Energy
Chemical Energy
Chemical Energy
Chemical energy is made by a chemical reaction. Fossil fuels and oil are broken down to create heat and are not renewable.
Chemical Energy
Energy stored in the bonds of chemical compounds. Chemical energy may be released during a chemical reaction, often in the form of heat; such reactions are called exothermic. Reactions that require an input of heat to proceed may store some of that energy as chemical energy in newly formed bonds. The chemical energy in food is converted by the body into mechanical energy and heat. The chemical energy in coal is converted into electrical energy at a power plant.The chemical energy in a battery can also supply electrical power by means of electrolysis
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Chemical Energy
Chemical energy is able to be found in stuff like fossil fuels.

Chemical Energy

Sources: Wood, natural gas, gasoline, coal, etc.

Renewable or nonrenewable depending on sources

Releases pollutants but is the cheapest of the energy types

Stored in the bonds of molecules.





Thank you and have a nice day.
Reactions that require an input of heat to proceed may store some of that energy as chemical energy in newly formed bonds. The chemical energy in food is converted by the body into mechanical energy and heat. The chemical energy in coal is converted into electrical energy at a power plant.The chemical energy in a battery can also supply electrical power by means of electrolysis.
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