Subject: Why are most elements of Periodic Table represented on earth?
Date: Wed Apr 25 14:29:40 2001
Posted by David
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Ann Martin Children's Center
City: Piedmont State/Province: CA
Area of science: Chemistry
Virtually all elements (except for the highly unstable) can be found in natural
form on earth. Would we expect this to be true for any solid planet? For the
moon? Or is earth special for some reason? (I'm hoping to avoid a theological
Re: Why are most elements of Periodic Table represented on earth?
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