Subject: Do rocks expand, like a marshmellow in a microwave?
Date: Mon Apr 5 10:13:01 1999
Posted by mary
Grade level: 7-9
School: middle school
City: joplin mo State/Province: MO
Area of science: Earth Sciences
If I were to take rock from a desert region and move it to a more moist reagion.
Over a period of time wouldn't the rock expand? How can I show (or prove) this,
since I have no access to rocks from a desert? I want to do this for a science
project. Do they expand?
Re: Do rocks expand, like a marshmellow in a microwave?
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