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Students are asked to design a poster as an alternative to the Energy Hog ad campaign released by the DOE in 2004. Students are asked to address where our energy comes from how it is used and what might be involved in moving towards non-petroleum resources. They are directed to begin at the DOE and EIA Energy Information Agency websites but may pursue any other resources they deem necessary. This activity provides a real-world context for thermodynamic and electrochemical concepts presented in the second semester of general chemistry.

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    Energy Principles,Higher Education,NSDL,Technology,Nuclear Energy,Ecology, Forestry and Agriculture,Renewable & Alternative Energy,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20100502200323981T,Undergraduate (Lower Division),Vocational/Professional Development Education,History/Policy/Law,Geoscience,Physics,Efficiency and Energy Conservation,NSDL_SetSpec_380601

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    English

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