Chemistry 2210A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Salt Dome

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Chapter 6: energy use fossil fuels, co2 emissions and global climate change. Energy use has increased slightly but projected that it will level off. Estimated that the rest of the world will increase energy use however: global energy use is expected to increase exponentially with time. Exponential increase ratio of et/eo is greater than 1 k = 1. 47% = 0. 014 t = 27 years. Problem 6-1: reduce energy growth to 1. 2% from 2008 to 2035 (a) total percentage growth? k = 1. 2% = 0. 012 t = 27 years. 1. 20 = e(k x 27) ln(1. 20) = k x 27 k = 0. 0068. Energy intensity = ratio of: energy consumption / gdp: the larger the number for energy intensity, the larger amount of energy is used to produce a given value of products. All fossil fuels are formed from fossil remains. Coal: reserves to last another 200 years.

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