Everyday Science: Oil Shale Quiz

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  • After oil shale is excavated, extreme heat liquefies the trapped fuel and separates it from rock in a process called:

    • Pyrolysis, the application of extreme heat without the presence of oxygen, produces a chemical change in the rock that forces oil out.
    • Pyrolysis, the application of extreme heat without the presence of oxygen, produces a chemical change in the rock that forces oil out.
    • Pyrolysis, the application of extreme heat without the presence of oxygen, produces a chemical change in the rock that forces oil out.

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