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exam 3 material CHS 4615

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This 0 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jisun Ban on Tuesday November 10, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CHS 4615 at University of North Florida taught by Dr.Pyati in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 54 views. For similar materials see environmental in Chemistry at University of North Florida.


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Date Created: 11/10/15
CHS 4615 Environmental Chemistry Objectives for Exam 3 Fall 2015 1 2 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Be able to do all assigned homework problems and know all lecture material and definitions Use text and diagrams to describe concepts Describe radon as an indoor air pollutant including its reactions effects and mitigation Define the greenhouse effect and the enhanced greenhouse effect Describe the energy output from the sun and the fate of different wavelengths Sketch molecular Vibrations caused by infrared radiation Describe sources seasonal uctuations IR absorption behavior and mitigation efforts for carbon dioxide Describe the cycle of carbon dioxide on earth Describe aerosols and their impacts on climate Name other gases contributing to global warming and describe the sources IR absorption behavior and residence time of each Describe trends recent results analysis scientific consensus critiques and controversies discussed in class regarding climate change Describe the Mann Bradley Hughes paper and the subsequent National Academy of Sciences study List the major findings from the Summary for Policymakers of the IPCC Working Group I Physical Science Basis Report Describe the IPCC its Working Groups the Rio summit and the Kyoto Protocol and the purpose of the Paris climate conference Describe carbon dioxide emission scenarios and environmental consequences of global warming and climate change Describe carbon sequestration schemes and the quotreboundquot effect Provide examples of existing capandtrade networks and describe the current status of capandtrade in the US Describe current reserves of fossil fuels Compare coal oil and natural gas in terms of energy produced and price Describe carbon sequestration through text and diagrams Describe types of solar and solarderived energy and its advantages and disadvantages Describe using text and diagrams how a photovoltaic cell and a dyesensitized solar cell work Describe fuel cells and alternative fuels and nuclear energy 18 Apply knowledge learned in lecture homework and readings to a situation not seen before


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