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Energy Research Task: Chemistry

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Chemistry: Energy research task Research Task for preliminary (year 11) Chemistry Topic: Energy

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Chemistry Matter Nature Fuel gas Fuels Sedimentary rocks Industrial gases Petroleum Natural gas Fossil fuel Methane Gasoline
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Describe the processes believed to be involved in the formations of: a. Coal When vegetation dies, and falls to the bottom of water sources, mostly swamps (Diagram 1: Figure A), it is unable to completely decay due to a lack of oxygen instead turning into a layer of peat. The peat is slowly compressed with the build-up of more layers of organic material, more vegetation or dirt (Diagram 1: Figure B), pilling up on each other, forcing out moisture and reducing the volume of the peat until it turns into lignite, a soft brown coal due to the increased pressure and heat (Diagram 2). The longer it is buried and more layers of sediment which covers the lignite increases the coals carbon percentage creating bituminous coal, a soft black coal and then anthracite coal, a hard black coal (Diagram 1: Figure C). b. Crude Oil Dead plankton, algae and bacteria sin...
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