Which layer of the atmosphere has the smallest distance from the top to the bottom?
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The atmosphere is divided into five layers. It is thickest near the surface and thins out with height until it eventually merges with space. The layers from lowest to highest : - The Troposphere (up to 10 km) It's the atmosphere that surrounds us. On top of that comes... - The Stratosphere (10…-50 km) Very little oxygen or water vapor. Aircraft fly in the lower stratosphere. This is also where the ozone layer exists. On top of that comes... - The Mesosphere (50-80 km) This is where most meteors burn up, because the density is higher than the outer layers. On top of that comes... - The Thermosphere (80-650 km) Practically a vacuum. Includes the ionosphere (auroras) as well as space station orbits. On top of that comes... - The Exosphere (500-2000 km) The farthest any of Earth's atmosphere exists. Based on charged particles and not necessarily gas molecules, some atmospheric models combine the Exosphere into the Thermosphere, making the outermost layer the Magnetosphere, a vast region where atmospheric ions interact with the solar wind in space. (MORE)
Answer . Depending on where the died fragments start, the smallest parts end up way on the other side.. The gel acts as a filter and the electrical current acts as... the current to push the fragments through the gel. Being that they're small... those fragments have an easier time getting throug…h the gel. The bigger fragments are closer to where the fragments started cause they're big and have a harder time going through the gel.. Eventually you should have like areas in the gel that look cool and CSI like, as if you were testing for DNA samples. Sadly that may not always happen, being as... well this is reality and not show biz.. Good luck though on your next/first attempt. (MORE)
Answer . Actually it does. Well, sort of. The gravitational pull of the Earth draws air molecules towards its centre. That is why the air gets thinner as altitude increases.
The bottom layer of a sedimentary rock is called the basal layer.This layer is considered the coarsest in the rock.
The thremosphere is the layer of the atmosphere that has two layers within it. The Thermosphere is the layer farthest from Earth's surface. The first layer of the thermosphere is the Ionosphere, and the second layer of the thermosphere is the exosphere
there are 6 layers troposphere(0to12km),stratosphere(12to50km),mesosphere(50to80km), thermoshere(above80km) which has 2 parts -ionoshere(80to400km) which is the inner one -exosheere(above400km)wich is the outer one
That's the skin. You can eat it or choose not to eat it, whichever appeals to you.
Is still stylish to get the bottom layer of your hair colored dark brown with a hint of red if you have medium brown on top with caramel highlights?
not really but style is what you make it.. personally i think that keeping a medium brown all over with half head or t-zone highlights in a soft caramel will look much better and more sophisticated and classy
The ozone layer is found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the harmful UV radiations of thesun.
The stratosphere has two layer parts that it is divided into. Ithas the stratosphere layer and the ozone layer.
Ozone is mostly present in the lower troposphere layer of theatmosphere. However, the ozone which helps in protecting us from the harmfulultraviolet radiations of the sun is present in stratosphere.
Orders Orders are the highest category of soil classification. Order types end in the letters sol. In the US classification system, there are 10 orders:  . Entisol - recently formed soils that lack well-developed horizons. Commonly found on unconsolidated sediments like sand, some have an A… horizon on top of bedrock. . Vertisol - inverted soils. They tend to swell when wet and shrink upon drying, often forming deep cracks that surface layers can fall into. . Inceptisol - young soils. They have subsurface horizon formation but show little eluviation and illuviation. . Aridisol - dry soils forming under desert conditions. They include nearly 20% of soils on Earth. Soil formation is slow, and accumulated organic matter is scarce. They may have subsurface zones (calcic horizons) where calcium carbonates have accumulated from percolating water. Many aridiso soils have well-developed Bt horizons showing clay movement from past periods of greater moisture. . Mollisol - soft soils with very thick A horizons. . Spodosol - soils produced by podsolization. They are typical soils of coniferous and deciduous forests in cooler climates. . Alfisol - soils with aluminum and iron. They have horizons of clay accumulation, and form where there is enough moisture and warmth for at least three months of plant growth. . Ultisol - soils that are heavily leached. . Oxisol - soil with heavy oxide content. . Histosol - organic soils. Other order schemes may include: . Andisols - volcanic soils, which tend to be high in glass content. . Gelisols - permafrost soils. (MORE)
The what of water and the top layer of what press the bottom layers tightly together to form what rocks?
The ____ of water and the top layer of ___ press together to form sedimentary rocks.
The Thermosphere is divided into two layers IF your doing "NovaNET" or some other thing the answer is mesosphere .
that's easy, dirt is on the ground and over the yyears more dirt and rock cover it, subsequently every new layer of ground goes on top of the last one making the most current one the one top with other layers increasing in age as you go further down.
The term "decanting" is used to signify pouring a liquid from a solid on the bottom of a container.
What is the bottom layer of a pyramid that represents ecosystem producers and its top layers represent consumers called?
The bottom layer of pyramid that represents ecosystem producers isthe ecological pyramids. The top layers represent consumers. In theenergy pyramid the bottom levels have more energy than the toplevels.
because they are made up of gases and the gases protect the earths life forms.
If substances of different densities were layered on top of each other the less dense will be on the top or bottom?
if they are all fluids than the less dense will be on the top and the most dense on the bottom but if there are solids than the solids will be in the order you put them in.
Examples of things that have a top and a bottom are: . Your legs . a box . a building . a mountain . a bottle . a staircase . a garment . a test tube . a page . a vehicle . a tree . a hole in the ground
The ozone layer is present in the stratosphere region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the harmful UV radiations of thesun.
If you're talking about the thinnest layer of the atmosphere, then it is the EXOSPHERE..
Because the leaves and branches of the top layer block sunlight from reaching the bottom layer.
Place the smallest number of significant digits at the top and the largest number at the bottom of the column?
Placing the smallest digit at the top and listing so the digits continue down to the largest number is to sort in ascending order , from, for example, 1 to 10. To place the numbers with the largest at the top and the smallest at the bottom is to sort in descending order , say from 10 to 1. These… terms also apply to other sorted data, so a column of words, for example, might be sorted alphabetically in either ascending or descending order, with the first letters listed from A to Z, or from Z to A. (MORE)
No, it is a "sub-layer" mostly located within the stratosphere (app. 10-50 km above the Earth's surface), but exists in small quantities within all layers of the atmosphere. The Stratophere is the second-lowest layer of Earth's atmosphere and the ozone layer is located there.
Incorrect. The bottom of a sedimentary layer was deposited before the top. Imagine pouring different colors of sand in a clear vial one layer at a time and alternating colors. The color (or layer) on the bottom of the vial was deposited by you very first and the layer on top was last to be deposited…. (MORE)
The stratospheric layer contains it. It is the layer which contains maximum of it's concentration.
Who said life is like a box of chocolates the top layer has gone and someones eaten all the soft centres from the bottom?
Forest Gump.... i think. he has some quote about a life being like a box of chocolates. NO Forrest said Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get.
Can a litmus milk culture show a pink band at the top and a brownish translucent layer at the bottom Explain?
No, the pink means that the organism can ferment lactose, so the medium is acidic that why the top is pink. But the brown means the the organism can't ferment lactose and it hydrolyzed protein to amino acids. This is contradictory it's either the whole this is completely pink (lactose fermentation) …or the medium is pink at top and rest is white (lactose and acid) or the top is purple and the rest of medium is brown (proteolysis/peptonization)= no lactic acid fermentation, so breaks down proteins to amino acids. (MORE)
This is because it formed first and it started out as just asedimentary layer, and then it was progressively built upon overthe years.
ure momma------ A Mr. Potato Head. Technically everything on it is its top and the pouch it considered it bottom so a Mr. Potato Head has a bottom on its top! TAY TAY RULES No. Tay Tay doesn't rule because you're wrong. LEGS actually have a bottom on it's top.. lolll
Why is the sedimentary rock layer at the bottom of a canyon older then a sedimentary rock layer at the top of a canyon?
Because when the top layer falls off it goes to the bottom layer and it soon gets barred by others and it becomes a fossil.
Why is the energy available at the top layer of the food pyramid only a small percentage of the energy present at the bottom of the pyramid?
Because the food at the top of the pyramid slows your body down. And the food at the bottom keeps you going for longer.
How might graded bedding be used to determine the tops and bottoms of sedimentary rock layers in an area where sedimentary rock is no longer horizontal?
The largest grains will always be deposited first so they will be at the bottom of the beds because they could not form natrually any other way.
The troposphere is the portion of the atmosphere closest to earth. It is below the stratosphere.
From what I have researched, the answer to that is the Ionosphere-upper mesosphere/ lower thermosphere, though I do not know if that is 100% correct.
Ice, being frozen water, is one of the few things that actually expand when frozen. Since it expands, it is less dense than the water, therefore floating. It forms on the top because that is the most exposed to the cold.
To thin your hair, cut it with thinning shears. However, if you want to make your hair "puffy" you probably shouldn't thin the bottom layers. Try "teasing" them to make the bottom layers super puffy. Take a comb, and pull your hair tight. Then brush your hair in the opposite direction. You can also… try curling it, or getting a perm to get more volume. (MORE)
The cuticle covers the top and bottom layer of the leaf because its a waxy layer that covers the non-woody above ground parts of most plants.
The stratosphere includes the ozone layer. It protects us from theUV rays of the sun.
The coldest layer of the atmosphere is in the Mesosphere. This is because temperatures are decreasing as the Mesosphere extends upward above the Stratosphere. The air is thinner because the air particles are further apart. The next layer, known as the Thermosphere is the hottest layer. The reason wh…y this layer is so hot, is because it contains fewer air molecules then the other layers, making the air very thin and easy to warm. The Thermosphere is closest to the sun and most sensitive to solar energy which is why it gets hot very quickly. (MORE)
Ozone layer can be found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. These ozone molecules protect us from the fatal UVradiations from the sun.
The layer containing ozone gas in the stratosphere region of theearth is known as ozone layer. Ozone is the triatomic form ofoxygen.
Sections Section 1 - What are the Layers of the Atmosphere? Section 2 - Troposphere Section 3 - Stratosphere Section 4 - Tropopause Section 5- Ozone Layer Section 5 - Mesosphere Section 6 - Thermosphere Section 7 - Exosphere Section 8 - Summary . What are the Layers …of the Atmosphere? The Main Layers of the Atmosphere are... . Troposphere . Stratosphere . Mesosphere . Thermosphere Those are the main Layers of the atmosphere. If people want to know every layer of the atmosphere,here they are... . Troposphere . Stratosphere . Ozone Layer . Otosphere . Mesosphere . Thermosphere . Ionosphere (If corrected) . Exosphere Those layers are part of the Atmosphere,some say they have different layers and they say,those are not the layers of the atmosphere,and other commets. Mostly the Ozone layer is part of the Stratosphere Layer,and the Ionosphere (If corrected) is the Thermosphere,is part of the Thermosphere,or it is another layer of the atmosphere. . Troposphere The Troposphere is where we live in and where a lot of clouds and weather form. The top of the Troposphere is cold,the bottom or the ground of the Troposphere is warm or hot,so the higher you go,the colder it gets,the lower you go,the warmer or hotter it gets.For example:When you climb a mountain,it is very warm at the bottom,but when you keep climbing up,it gets colder,it is like ME (Mount Everest) the tallest mountain in the world. . Stratosphere The Stratosphere is the only layer that has the ozone layer,and nothing happens in that layer but it is the oppisite, the higher you go,the warmer or hotter it gets,the lower you go,the colder it is. There is another layer but it is a small layer of the atmosphere,it is called a Tropopause. . Tropopause The Tropopause is a little layer between the Troposphere and the Stratosphere,in fact, theres more tropopauses in all the layers,theres one between the Mesosphere and the Stratosphere,theres one between the Mesosphere and the Thermosphere,and the Exosphere might be a layer but it is way up but may have a Tropause,maybe theres a Tropopause between the Thermosphere and the Exosphere. . Ozone Layer The Ozone layer is where the suns energy is taken away but some get in the Earths Atmosphere,if the Ozone Layer was not there,we would had died thousands of years ago,and a lot of suns energy will go into the Earths Atmosphere. It is in the Stratosphere too,and it is not red,it is full of gasses. . Mesosphere The "Maybe only layer"that scientists know is the Mesosphere.The Mesosphere is a layer that scientists dont know very much then the other layers like the Troposphere and the Stratosphere,it is very far from earth and that is when the meteors burn up.There is only one cloud that not even the biggest cloud can go to the Mesosphere,the name of the cloud is, Noctilucent clouds. Those hardly go to the Mesosphere and maybe in the south and north pole have them,scientists use rockets that dont orbit to try to study the Mesosphere,it is very difficult to study the Mesosphere. . Thermosphere The Thermosphere is Greek for "Hot" and it is the hottest layer of the atmosphere. I know so little about the Thermosphere,even Scientists but they know about the Thermosphere then me so the Thermosphere is about 80 km long on earth,all the way to the Thermosphere.This Comment will improve but mostly only the section "Thermosphere" . Exosphere The highest/outermost of which is the exosphere at approximately 600 km above Earth's surface. The exosphere is very thin and is mainly made up of hydrogen and helium, the lightest gases (there is also some carbon dioxide and oxygen). Towards the top, the molecules of the exosphere are so far apart that there is no clear boundary between the exosphere and outer space; some scientists even consider it part of outer space. Some molecules that are traveling fast enough escape into space, while others are pulled back by gravity, but the molecules in the exosphere do not usually collide with each other because it is so low-density. Stiil some times it is true.Plus is where near satellites are and when the rocket ships finally get out of Earth's Atmosphere. . Summary Today we learned about the Layers of the Atmosphere and facts about it,we even learned the three or two layers that we know very little,and we talked about a lot about them,only the thermosphere we talked a little bit and maybe another one.See ya Next time! Celestal101Asker Improvements will come in this Answer... (MORE)
The ozone layer can be found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the fatal UV radiations coming fromthe sun.
The Troposphere is the first layer above the surface that contains half of earths atmosphere , and it's where weather occurs.
The ozone layer can be found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the harmful ultraviolet radiationsof the earth.
The ozone layer is in the stratosphere. It is one of the layer of atmosphere.
The upper layer is different from the bottom layer because the bottom layer has more gualities to a living thing than the upper layer.
In a mixture of water and bromoform, the bromoform would be on thebottom since its density (2.89 g/mL) is much larger than water'sdensity (1.00 g/mL).