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Have you ever wondered why the Earth’s atmosphere is sometimes referred to as an “ocean of air”? Should the word ocean be used to describe a gas? Could this ocean of air also be the specific cause of structures and functions of various species? Test your students’ powers of observation and deduction by doing this inexpensive exercise.

Concepts

  • Pressure
  • Gases
  • Observations