100 level CHEM class need a research paper should be at least 3 pages long.

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1. Why are the new gasoline/electric vehicles called hybrids?

2. How do these vehicles, like the ones currently being marketed by Toyota and

Honda, compare with conventional cars, in the categories listed below?

(I suggest that you find the definitions of any terms, used below, or in the

references, that you are not really sure about, to make certain that your

responses are logical.)

a. gasoline mileage

b. battery capacity (not the battery voltage)

c. weight carrying capacity (payload)

d. acceleration

e. horsepower

f. production of air pollution

3. What other major manufacturers are planning to market hybrid vehicles within

next five years?

4. Describe how the operation of these hybrid vehicles is different from the

operation of a conventional gasoline powered vehicle.

5. Do you think there is any value in creating such a technology? Why or why not?


#Do not turn in short answers to the individual

questions.

#Include a bibliography. You should use at least 3 sources. Do not use Wikipedia.

Bibliography and citations should be in CSE style, the numbered text approach.

Refer to the uploaded file from "The Little Brown Handbook" for guidance on CSE style.

Refer to: http://www.indiana.edu/~wts/pamphlets/plagiarism.shtml

for a review of plagiarism.

Tutor Answer

Maldainc K
School: New York University

Here you go.

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Hybrid vehicles
Electric vehicles are essentially referred to as hybrid vehicles since they embrace a
precise mechanism in that they syndicate a conventional internal combustion engine system with
an electronic duress system. The idea behind embracing the electric powertrain is to achieve fuel
economy or get better performance in the vehicle.
Regarding emissions, electric vehicles are in a better position to produce fewer emissions
with comparison with gasoline vehicles. Hybrid vehicles produce no emissions during its
operations. Typically, hybrid vehicles tend to depend on the motor when in traffic congestions
and it reduces emissions in such congestion scenarios. When gas is burnt in the internal
combustion engine systems gasses are emitted via the exhaust pipes. As rated by Environmental
Protection Agency the Toyota Prius registers 51mpg in the city and 48 mpg on the highways.
They essentially have more emissions as compared to the hybrid vehicles, and they are not good
for the environment. Especially in traffic congestions they even produce more emissio...

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