lesson 2 - mineralsrocks - Lecture from UP Baguio.

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Natural Science 3 Earth and Life Through Time A. M. P. Tengonciang Department of Physical Sciences University of the Philippines, Baguio A review of minerals and rocks
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The three states of matter Water a vital component of all live- support substances; occurs in three states on the Earth’s surface, each with an important role in the environment http://serc.carleton.edu/images/research_education/equilibria/h2o_phase_diagram_-_color.v2.jpg Ocean water evaporates into water vapor Water vapor rises into the atmosphere, condenses into rain or snow Rainwater or snow meltwater reacts with rock to form the soil in which plants grow Plants are the base of the food chain the supports most animals
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The three states of matter The state of a substance is determined by temperature and pressure A change of state involves energy (e.g., addition or release of heat) http://serc.carleton.edu/images/research_education/equilibria/h2o_phase_diagram_-_color.v2.jpg
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are the most fundamental substances into which matter can be separated and analyzed by ordinary chemical means, and are identified by unique symbols. All matter on and in the Earth consists of one or more of the 90 chemical elements known to occur on the Earth. Elements
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2010 for the course CS NatSci3 taught by Professor Tengconciang during the Spring '10 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.

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lesson 2 - mineralsrocks - Lecture from UP Baguio.

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