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Chalk

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Kandy Sparks

on 6 February 2013

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Transcript of Chalk

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How long has
Chalk been around? What's Cool about it? Chalk What is Chalk? It's been around Since the Cretaceous Period. Which means 80 million years ago. In fact "creta" derived from the Latin means chalk.
Did you know there are even Cliffs made of Chalk? they are
mainly in the UK. Chalk is used for so Many Different things.
Even more than you think.
drawing
construction
black boards
hair
preserves fossils from the Jurassic era
a game of pool
athletics
rock climbing
toothpaste Chalk is a form of limestone, it's a mineral calcite. Calcite is calcium carbonate or CaCO3. I call it build up. Chalk White Cliffs of Dover Yes, even
Toothpaste above is a tunnel made of chalk. called a quarry in Meudon, France
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