GEOL 101 LAB final review key - 44 Element a substance that...

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44 . Element: a substance that cannot be broken down chemically into another substance Molecule: the smallest piece of a compound Atom: the smallest part of an element that still retains that element Compound: forms when one atom chemically combines with another 46. along the ridge 47. b/c it is more dense 48. heat 49. naturally occurring, homogeneous, inorganic solid, internal structure of atoms 50. metallic and nonmetallic 51. hardness… relative… 1-10 52. ultramafic…. Felsic
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Unformatted text preview: 53. marine environment 54. heat, pressure, and fluids 55. regional – heat and pressure 56. contact 57. shale 58. lower 59. sinkholes, karst towers, karst valleys 60. a wider valley will have a lower gradient, higher sinuosity, and more meandering pattern 61. dendritic 62. angular: tilted Nonconformity: igneous Disconformity: erosion Conformity: lack of breaks 63. P-waves, S-waves, Love Waves, and Rayleigh Waves...
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