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The main objective of this video lesson is to bring the students' attention to the importance of basic and natural sciences in our lives. The lesson will introduce a topic (sustainable energy) that is related mainly to chemistry and is not usually covered directly in a high school curriculum. It is hoped that this lesson will show students how important and useful the natural and basic sciences are not only for our daily lives, but also for sustainable development.
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