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Snowflakes

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Transcript of Snowflakes

Snowflakes Question 1. What are snowflakes?




Snowflakes are conglomerations of frozen ice crystals which fall through the Earth's atmosphere. They begin assnow crystals which develop when microscopic supercooled cloud droplets freeze. Question 2. What is the scientific name for snowflakes? The scientific name for snoflakes is Euphorbia lecocephala,but not many people refer to snowflakes as this name. I wonder why! Question 3. How are snowflakes formed? Snowflakes form when a droplet of water evaporates and is carried up into the air. As it rises it cools and eventualy freezes. What is the size or diameter of a snowflake? Question 4. The diameter of a single snowflake is approximately 10 micrometers. There are of course other sizes but they are most probablyclose to this particular size. Meanings Conglomerations - A number of different things, parts or items that are grouped together.

Atmosphere - The air in any place.

Microscopic - So small tyhat it can only be seen through a microscope.

Supercooled - A temperature below the freezing point of water.

Evaporates - To give off moisture.

Approximately - Close to the exact amount. Thankyou for watching
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