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Part I: Using the lab animation, fill in the data table below to gather your data, and use it to help you generate your hypothesis, outcomes, and analysis.
  
Energy   Source

Fuel   (Coal)/Uranium Needed (tons)

CO2   Emissions

  (tons)

Sulfur   Dioxide and Other Emissions (tons)

Radioactivity   mSv (millisievert)

Solid   Waste (tons)

Accidents
 
Coal Q1

625,000

1.75 mil

75,000

0.25 mSv

150,000

 
Coal Q2

1.25 mil

3.5 mil

150,000

.5 mSv

150,000

Heath impairments
 
Coal Q3

1.875 mil

5.25 mil

225,000

.75 mSv

450,000

Worker facilities
 
Coal Q4

2.5 mil

7 mil

300,000

1 mSv

600,000

Fire destruction
 
Nuclear   Q1

18,750 / 7.5

52,5000

0

0.0025 mSv

62.5

 
Nuclear   Q2

37,5000 / 15

105,000

0

0.005 mSv

125

 
Nuclear   Q3

56,250 / 22.5

157,5000

0

0.0075 mSv

187.5

Minor emissions
 
Nuclear   Q4

75,000 / 30

210,000

0

0.01mSv

250

Catastrophic releases leading to radiation sickness,   death, and environmental contamination
Note on Radioactivity: A coal plant releases 100 times more radioactivity than a nuclear power plant because of the natural presence of radioactive compounds (uranium, thorium) in the coal. Millisievert (mSv) is a high-level radiation unit, and 1 mSv = 1/1,000 of a sievert. This is used to express the level of radiation exposure, which indicated an individual’s increased risk of developing cancer.

Part II: Write a 1-page lab report using the following scientific method sections: 

Provide references in APA format. This includes a reference list and in-text citations for references used in the Introduction section. 
Give your paper a title, and identify each section as specified above. Although the hypothesis will be a 1-sentence answer, the other sections will need to be paragraphs to adequately explain your experiment.