The Secret Life Of Dust

The Secret Life Of Dust

From The Cosmos To The Kitchen Counter, The Big Consequences Of Little Things

Book - 2001
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An armchair expedition that takes readers from the first moments of the Big Bang to the story of the birth of Earth then all around the planet, in order to introduce the science of dust and the many roles different types of dust play in the life of our planet.
Publisher: New York : John Wiley & Sons, c2001
ISBN: 9780471377436
0471377430
Branch Call Number: 551.5113
Characteristics: ix, 240 pages ;,25 cm

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patcarstensen
Mar 21, 2017

Some of the book is a "5" while some it is a "3." I liked the analysis of where your aluminum can comes from.

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