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At first, you may think the particles are the result of pollution. While much of the particulate matter in the atmosphere is the result of humans polluting the air, there are also natural sources of particles. Wind-blown dust and pollen are examples, but there are many other natural sources. In this Activity, you will use a technique for examining the presence of such particles in the air.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 9/20/2011Stock # PB298X4_5a

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