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National Energy Technology Laboratory's Cool Science

provides lessons and experiments -- created by teachers, scientists, and engineers -- on a range of energy-related topics: acid water from coal mines, biomass size reduction, clean air research, carbon dioxide sequestration, co-burning biomass and coal, fluidized bed combustion, fuel cell technology, gas vortices, landfill management, parallel computing, passive acid mine drainage, and phytoremediation (using plants to clean up the environment). (National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy)

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