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What is the overall energy transformation in a coal-fired power plant? electrical to chemical chemical to electrical nuclear to radiant radiant to nuclear

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Kaitlin Dean on April 7, 2018

The correct answer is CHEMICAL TO ELECTRICAL.In coal-fired power plants, coal is used to produce electricity. The process that occur in coal fire plant consists of the burning of coal in boilers to produce steam. The steam, which is produced under high pressure is then moved to a turbine that spins a generator that produces electricity. Therefore, the conversion of the energy involved in the process from CHEMICAL TO ELECTRICAL.

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