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Terristrial planets Quizz 1 1 – Acasta Gneiss between 3.96 and 4.03 billion years 2 – Radioactive decay of K40 into Ar40 and Ca40 about 7/1 3 – Big bang Age 13.73 billion years ago 4 – Elements formed in Big Bang produced vast quantities of only hydrogen (1H and 2H) and helium (3He and 4He) along with very small traces of lithium (7Li) and beryllium (6Be and 7Be) within the first seconds 5 – Oldest minerals about 4,4 billion years 6 – Number of galaxies at least 200-400 billion 7 – Cosmologial models Georages LeMaitre 8 – Early models and myths Epic of Gilgamesh: the sumerians of Ur whose civilization was established in what is present day Iraq 9 – Expansion time and space of our Universe seem to have originated 13.7 billion years ago 10 – Jack Hills zircons Uranium lead sequence using 238U 206Pb, 235U 207Pb 11- On geological clock -1 The Hadean 12 – On geological clock – 2 Phanerozoic Eon: Cambrian of the Paleozoic Era 13 – On number and unit understanding 13.73 billion years 14 – On the concept of half life N with 3 half life: N/8
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course EPSC 200 taught by Professor Jensen during the Winter '08 term at McGill.

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