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Three*: Hydrogen, Carbon, and Oxygen.

* However, these components probably came from a sun other than our own.

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Starch is a carbohydrate made up of hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon. and the sun is mainly hydrogen and helium, so the answer is one

The elements within our own sun are as follows: Hydrogen 72.46 % Helium 25.85 % Oxygen 0.78 % Carbon 0.28 % Iron 0.16 % Sulfur 0.12 % Neon 0.12 % Nitrogen 0.09 % Silicon 0.07 % Magnesium 0.05 % The standard equation for starch is (C6H10O5)n, n being the number of those monomers is in the polymer. So, the ratio of elements in the Sun is approx. H: 100 to C: 1 to O: 1 The ratio of elements in starch is approx. H: 2 to C: 1 to O: 1. Significantly less elemental hydrogen exists in starch found on earth than on our own star.

because the sun has some elements & compounds that the earth needs to make elements

the chemical elements are helium and hydrogen

there are 7 elements in exact: water fire sun moon animal nature human Im not sure about some of this...

Yes, there are solar storms in the swirling elements that make up the atmosphere of the sun.

The sun fuses hydrogen to make helium. It will be several billion years before the sun fuses helium to make heavier elements.

The sun has two main elements that make it up. They are hydrogen and helium. Hydrogen makes up 92% of the Sun and helium makes up about 8%.

Hydrogen (H) and helium (He).

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Starch makes up the nutritive reserves of many plants. During the growing season, the green leaves collect energy from the sun. This energy is transported as a sugar solution to the starch storage cells, and the sugar is converted to starch in the form of tiny granules occupying most of the cell interior.

The two common elements found in the sun are Hydrogen and Helium.

Spectrographic analysis of the light from the Sun indicates the "absorption lines" that indicate the presence of various elements in the Sun, such as oxygen, carbon, neon, and iron. Most of these trace elements were likely part of the original composition of the dust cloud from which the Sun formed. However, fusion reactions may create small amounts of heavier elements. Many of the elements' atoms are broken down again, but a slow increase may occur deep within the Sun.

The two most common elements in the sun are: Hydrogen and Helium.

The scientists did hypothesize the formation of the sun after the discovering some of the elements in the sun. The sun is basically a cloud of hydrogen and the other elements that collapse.

Leaves absorb the light from the sun as energy, and store that energy in starch. Having less sunlight results in less starch.

How many elements make up the earths crust? The earths crust is made of many layers..You can find clay and very good soil. But that is if you dig a little way down. the earth has a center which is called the core of the earth. Inside this core is lava and is incredibly hot. Like the sun but not as hot..

About 70% hydrogen, 28% helium. The other 2% are "other elements", including lithium, carbon, oxygen and silicon.

Only one Sun is needed to make a star. Our Sun is a star.

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