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Ignite Ignite Presentation Transcript

  • What are Things Made Of?? Raises an Eye Brow HUH ??
    • … . Everything has different elements of what they are made of …
    Still a little confuse? Lets start from the beginning.
    • What is an element??
    A basic building block of matter that cannot be broken down into simpler substances by ordinary chemical changes
  • … The most common element in the human body? Take a Guess ??
  • If you guessed water you are partially, but that is not a single element. It is a combination of two. Oxygen is the single most common element in the human body, coming in at 65%
    • … In fact there are over 28 elements present in the human body …
    Hard to believe but it is true …
    • … Everything in the world is made of some form of elements …
    • Although everything is made of elements, there is one that is used more often than others …
    Which one do you think ??
  • The most common element on the earth …
  • … 90% of the water is Oxygen …
  • … 47% of Earth’s Crust …
  • 23% Dry Air
  • 65% Human Body
  • Elements are very important to the world and this is just a scratch of the service of what all they are involved with and in.
  • Conclusion
  • Everything has elements in them, if you want to learn more about the elements and the periodic table click here .
  • in them
  • if you want to learn more
  • about the elements
  • and the periodic table click here to see the periodic table and other information about it