Include maps with the tracks of the 3 storms

Include maps with - Include maps with the tracks of the 3 storms answers to the questions and a copy of spreadsheet Pop quiz wed or fri.test on

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Include maps with the tracks of the 3 storms, answers to the questions and a copy of spreadsheet. Pop quiz wed or fri….test on Monday Organic- any compound that contains carbon -CO2 CO3 CHx CO Minerals are chemical compounds Chemical composition and compound, both define the crystalline structure the mineral will have. Only 20 are common rock forming minerals - Emerald - Calcite - Halite - Pyrite Silicates-(si)4)4- 4 th where we get metals from Compose 92% of the Earth’s crust. Feldspar (field & mineral, Swedish) alone makes up about 50 % of the crust, and pyroxene and quartz constitute another 23% Quartz-SiO2 is a common mineral (composed mostly of Silicon and oxygen) Carbonates- 3 rd highly important. Form a significant proportion of earth’s surface rocks (calcium carbonates : limestone, used in cement) Oxides-2 nd --- abundant due to oxygen content Sulfides- most abundant Cat ions- positively charged ion Ca+2 Na+ K+
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Anions- negatively charged ion CO3- S- SO4-2 The rock cycle Rocks are made up of minerals/ a rock is an aggregate of one or more minerals
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2008 for the course EVSC 101 taught by Professor Blum during the Spring '08 term at UVA.

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