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Consider a power plant that uses natural gas as a fuel to generate electricity. If there are 10,000 J of chemical energy contained in a specified amount of natural gas, then the amount of electricity that could be produced would be..

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    Either this is a multiple choice question or we'll need to know the efficiency of the power plant. In any case, the amount will be < 10,000J since you will never have 100% efficiency.

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