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Test Bank for Energy: Its Use and the Environment, 5th Edition, Roger A. Hinrichs, Merlin H. Kleinbach, ISBN-10: 1111990832, ISBN-13: 9781111990831



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Table of Contents
1. Introduction.
2. Energy Mechanics.
3. Conservation of Energy.
4. Heat and Work.
5. Home Energy Conservation and Heat-Transfer Control.
6. Solar Energy: Characteristics and Heating.
7. Energy from Fossil Fuels.
8. Air Pollution and Energy Use.
9. Global Warming and Thermal Pollution.
10. Electricity: Circuits and Superconductors.
11. Electromagnetism and the Generation of Electricity.
12. Electricity from Solar, Wind, and Hydro.
13. The Building Blocks of Matter:
14. Nuclear Power: Fission.
15. Effects and Uses of Radiation.
16. Future Energy Alternatives: Fusion.
17. Biomass: From Plants to Garbage.
18. Tapping the Earth’s Heat: Geothermal Energy.
19. A National and Personal Commitment.
Appendix A: Units of Measurement and Powers of Ten Notation.
Appendix B: Conversions and Equivalencies.
Appendix C: Home Heating Analysis.
Appendix D: Insolation and Temperature Data for Selected U.S. Cities.
Appendix E: World Energy Consumption, 2009.
Appendix F: U.S. Consumption of Energy by Source, 1949–2009.
Appendix G: U.S. Energy Intensity, 1970–2009.
Glossary.
Index.