distinguish between renewable and non renewable resources?

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The difference in: 
renewable resources
1) the resources that can be renewed by reproduction are called renewable resources. 
2) Renewable resources are inexhaustible. 
3) Renewable resources are not affected by the human activities. 
4) All biotic resources are renewable. 
5) For example: air and water. 

non-renewable resources
1)the resources that are present in fixed quantities are called non-renewable resources. 
2) Non-renewable resources are inexhaustible. 
3) Non renewable resources are affected by human activities. 
4) Some abiotic resources are non-renewable. 
5) For example- fossil fuels and minerals. 
Renewable resources are resources that can be produced naturally and nonrenewable resources are resources that cannot be replaced. 
A renewable resource is a naturally sustainable product, it can be used without fear of running out so to speak. Things like wind power, solar power and wave power are renewable, the wind will always blow, the sun will always shine and the tides will keep turning. Non-Renewable resources on the other hand, although naturally occurring are not sustainable. Things like fossil fuels, gas, oil and coal, we would use up those resources long before they could ever be replaced naturally. 
Renewable resources are resources that renew themselves like animals. They give birth to a new animal, then it keeps on going so animals are always going to be here. Non renewable resources are things that cant renew themselves and might run out. 
Renewable resources are resources that renew themselves like animals. They give birth to a new animal, then it keeps on going so animals are always going to be here. 

Non renewable resources are things that cant renew themselves and might run out. 


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RENEWABLE:-THESE R THE RESOURCES WHICH CAN B RENWED OR REPRODUCED BY PHYSICAL.CHEMICAL OR MACHENICAL PROPERTIES.THESE RESOURCES R ALSO CALLED NON CONVENTIONAL RESOURCES.

FOR EG---SOLAR ENERGY,THERMAL ENERGY ETC

NON RENWABLE::---THESE R THE ENERGY SOURCES WHICH CANNOT BE RENEWED OR REPLACED QUICKLY.THESE R ALSO CALLED CONVENTIONAL RESOURCES

FOR EG:::---PETROLEUM,NATURAL GAS,COAL ETC

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renewable resources
1) the resources that can be renewed by reproduction are called renewable resources. 
2) Renewable resources are inexhaustible. 
3) Renewable resources are not affected by the human activities. 
4) All biotic resources are renewable. 
5) For example: air and water. 

non-renewable resources
1)the resources that are present in fixed quantities are called non-renewable resources. 
2) Non-renewable resources are inexhaustible. 
3) Non renewable resources are affected by human activities. 
4) Some abiotic resources are non-renewable. 
5) For example- fossil fuels and minerals. 
Renewable resources are resources that can be produced naturally and nonrenewable resources are resources that cannot be replaced. 
A renewable resource is a naturally sustainable product, it can be used without fear of running out so to speak. Things like wind power, solar power and wave power are renewable, the wind will always blow, the sun will always shine and the tides will keep turning. Non-Renewable resources on the other hand, although naturally occurring are not sustainable. Things like fossil fuels, gas, oil and coal, we would use up those resources long before they could ever be replaced naturally. 
Renewable resources are resources that renew themselves like animals. They give birth to a new animal, then it keeps on going so animals are always going to be here. Non renewable resources are things that cant renew themselves and might run out. 
Renewable resources are resources that renew themselves like animals. They give birth to a new animal, then it keeps on going so animals are always going to be here. 

Non renewable resources are things that cant renew themselves and might run out. 

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Nuclear fission:

It is a nuclear reaction in which one heavy nucleus split into two or more lighter nuclei.

Example: Uranium disintegrates into Barium-141 and Krypton-92 upon bombardment with 1 neutron and emit 3 more neutrons.

 

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