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weather 6th eaether

term anwser
weather the condition of eathers atmosphere at a particule time and place.
atmosphere the layer of gases that surrondeds earth.
ozone a form of oxagon that has 3 oxagon atoms in each molitule instead of 2.
water vapor water in a form of a gas.
pollutant harmful substances in the air, water, and soil.
acid rain rain that contains acids.
pressure the force pressing on an area or sureface.
air presure the push on all surefaces in all the directions
barometer a waether insterment that mesured changes in air presure.
aneroid barometer a weather insturment thta measures changes in the air presure without a luiqued.
photochemical smog a mixture of ozone and other chemicals formed when nitrgen oxides and hyrocarons react with each other.
mercury barmeter use a liqued.
altitude the distance between sea level.
density an amount of mass in the given volume of an substance.
Created by: becajax