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 Can CO2 burn as an energy source?

Answer Carbon dioxide, also known as CO2, is a colorless, odorless, and toxic gas in the Earth's atmosphere. It's a byproduct of many things, including the burning of fossil fuels. At this time CO2 can't ... Read More »
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Which non-renewable source is the nation's second leading source of energy?

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Is geothermal energy an unlimited source of energy?

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Is waste to energy a renewable source of energy?

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