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    Question: how did oxygen appear in the earths early atmosphere?


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    How did the Oceans Form? Think about how the early earth was covered in volcanoes
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    (Original post by WillsWheels)
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    How did the Oceans Form? Think about how the early earth was covered in volcanoes
    Water vapour condensed to form oceans.

    What is meant by the primordial soup

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    Oxygen appeared when the green plants (mostly in the oceans) photosynthesized
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    (Original post by WillsWheels)
    Oxygen appeared when the green plants (mostly in the oceans) photosynthesized
    How did the early atmosphere form?

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    Can someone please list the experiments that you need to know for C1?
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    Lets ask questions.

    What are hydrocarbons?
    A mixture of hydrogen and carbon
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    The Volcanoes through out water vapour into the atmosphere which caused the oceans too form. The oceans absorbed the carbon dioxide which allowed plants in the sea to photosynthesise which added oxygen into the atmosphere. The nitrogen in our atmosphere today was produced from the atmosphere.

    What is good about unsaturated fats and why are saturated fats unhealthy.


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    How did the Oceans Form? Think about how the early earth was covered in volcanoes
    water vapour codensed to form ocean
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    (Original post by jaz,)
    Can someone please list the experiments that you need to know for C1?
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    The Miller Urey Experiment is one.
    Bromine test is another important one.
    They are the most common. Good Luck tommorow


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    Question: how did oxygen appear in the earths early atmosphere?


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    when the green plants photosynthesise
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    How did the early atmosphere form?

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    the early atmosphere formed by volcanic activity
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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    How did the early atmosphere form?

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    the atmosphere is formed by volcanoes
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    (Original post by WillsWheels)
    The Miller Urey Experiment is one.
    Bromine test is another important one.
    They are the most common. Good Luck tommorow


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    what is the miller urey experiment
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    (Original post by Simra Ali)
    what is the miller urey experiment
    The early atmosphere was rich is methane, ammonia, hydrogen and water vapour .
    These gases were collected and put into a flask.
    An electric spark was stimulated and caused amino acids to be formed. These are small bits of proteins. These formed life idk how

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    Why can scientists not predict earth quakes?

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    (Original post by Simra Ali)
    A mixture of hydrogen and carbon
    A compound containing only Hydrogen and Carbon atoms
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    Because we can't predict the movement of the crust and the pressure build up. Off the top of my head, please correct me as I'm not sure


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    Why can scientists not predict earth quakes?

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    there generally is no warning signals for earthquakes. Like volcanic eruptions give off smoke etc.
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    Why can scientists not predict earth quakes?

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    They don't have enough data to make accurate models to make predictions and we don't know what's happening inside the earth.
 
 
 
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