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New fueling stations that can handle hydrogen would have to be built.

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Q: What is a challenge to using hydrogen as a fuel because hydrogen powered cars create less pollution than gasoline powered cars?
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Why does gasoline interfere with the hydrogen bonding between ethanol molecules?

Possible because gasoline is nonpolar.

How is pollution a challenge to beach tourism?

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Why is pollution a major problem?

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What are some concerns with coral reefs as there life?

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Why is air pollution is harmful?

Because it fills our air with harmful chemicals such has carbon monoxide and hydrogen.

Negative effects of gasoline?

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It effects them because when the hydrogen bonds form the pollution will also go into the formation too.

Are hydrogen cars more or less than a gas car?

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Why is gasoline called gasoline?

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What are some ways humans are trying to reduce air pollution?

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How much water is produced while burning one gallon of gasoline?

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